1999-2001 Effect of Seeding Date on Canola Yields as Reported by Farmers

 
 
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 The information in the attached charts shows three years of data (1999-2001), so farmers can review seeding date performance under varying weather conditions. The actual weekly frequency of seeding is shown for each crop, and producers can see the "normal" date as well as how many manage to seed early. Management and environmental influences have not been standardized in the data, so caution is advised when interpreting the graphs.
Argentine Canola Seeding Date PatternsEffect of Seeding Date on Argentine Canola
Black Soil Zone
Black-Dark Gray East Soil Zone
Black-Dark Gray West Soil Zone
Brown Soil Zone - on Fallow
Brown Zone - on Stubble

Dark Gray-Gray Soil Zone
Dark Brown Soil Zone - on Fallow
Dark Brown Soil Zone - on Stubble
Thin Black Soil Zone - on Stubble
Thin Black Zone - on Fallow
Peace River Region

Black Soil Zone
Black-Dark Gray East Soil Zone
Black-Dark Gray West Soil Zone
Brown Soil Zone - on Fallow
Brown Soil Zone - on Stubble
Brown Soil Zone - Irrigated
Dark Gray-Gray Soil Zone
Dark Brown Soil Zone - on Fallow
Dark Brown Soil Zone - on Stubble
Thin Black Soil Zone - on Stubble

Peace River Region



Effect of Seeding Date on Polish Canola
Thin Black Zone
Peace River Region
 
 
 
 
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This information published to the web on April 16, 2013.