Manitoba CanoLAB 2017 in DAUPHIN - A One-Day Interactive Workshop

DAUPHIN, Manitoba
Wednesday, March 15, 2017
Manitoba CanoLAB 2017 in DAUPHIN - A One-Day Interactive Workshop
Wednesday, March 15, 2017 - Thursday, March 16, 2017

Credit Union Place
204-622-3150
200 1st Street SE
DAUPHIN, Manitoba R7N 2V1
Canada

Map and Directions

GROW ​FOR ​​SUCCESS! 


Attend ​the ​Manitoba ​canoLAB ​2017 ​in Dauphin ​at ​the ​Credit Union Place ​on ​either ​Wednesday, March ​15 ​or ​Thursday, ​March ​16. ​Proudly ​hosted ​by ​Canola ​Council ​of ​Canada ​and ​the Manitoba Canola Growers Association, ​canoLAB ​is ​a ​hands-on, ​interactive ​workshop ​featuring ​live ​canola ​plants ​and ​insects. ​Participants ​rotate ​through ​sessions ​focused ​on ​current ​canola ​production ​topics led ​by ​Western ​Canada's ​top ​researchers ​and ​extension ​people. 

CANOLAB ​IS ​BEING ​HELD ​FOR ​THE ​FIRST ​TIME ​IN ​DAUPHIN!
Registration desk opens at 8:00 am 
A ​one-day ​workshop program ​that ​runs ​from ​8:30 ​am ​to ​4:30 ​pm 
Register ​for ​either ​Wednesday, ​March ​15 ​or ​Thursday, ​March 16 
Each ​day ​is ​identical. 
Registration ​fee ​is ​$143 ​plus ​GST 
A ​hot ​lunch ​is included: "Homemade goodness provided by Trezub Catering."
Free ​parking ​is ​available ​at ​the ​venue. 

5 CCA credits are available for the one-day workshop:
Nutrient Management: 0.5
Soil & Water Management: 0
Integrated Pest Management: 2
Crop Management: 2
Professional Development: 0.5
Manure Management: 0

CCSC ​credits ​are ​being ​applied ​for. 

SESSIONS ​& ​SPEAKERS ​(SUBJECT ​TO ​CHANGE) 


LOOK-A-LIKES

An ​in-depth ​look at commonly misdiagnosed diseases and stressors. 

IN THE GRAIN TANK
Optimizing the combine to reduce losses.

IN THE BIN
Protecting your stored canola.

THE NITROGEN CYCLE
Understanding when and if there is a need for specialized Nitrogen products.

HITTING THE TARGET: SPRAYER INVERSIONS AND DRIFT 

Learn ​how ​temperature ​inversions ​work ​and ​risk ​factors ​on ​the ​farm ​with ​a ​live ​spraying ​demonstration. ​

FARMING WITH CLUBROOT
Diagnostics and a look at old and new management strategies

INSECTS: THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL
Managing the pests and embracing the beneficials. 

WEEDS AND HERBICIDE MANAGEMENT

Stewardship strategies and getting the most out of applied herbicides.

SPEAKERS INCLUDE:
Joy Agnew, Project Manager - Agricultural Research Services, PAMI
Justine Cornelsen, Agronomy Specialist, Canola Council of Canada
Holly Derksen, Field Crop Pathologist, Farm Production Extension, Manitoba Agriculture 
John Gavloski, Entomologist, Farm Production Extension, Manitoba Agriculture
John Heard, Crop Nutrition, Farm Production Extension, Manitoba Agriculture
Les Hill, Manager of Technical Services and Business Development, PAMI
Anastasia Kubinec, Acting Manager, Crop Industry Development, Manitoba Agriculture
Dan Orchard, Agronomy Specialist, Canola Council of Canada
Jim Wilson, Retired, South Dakota State University

This event has sold out for the last three years and space is limited. Register today to avoid disappointment!
 

Contact Information

Payment Instructions

  • Please make cheques payable to the Canola Council of Canada and provide your registration number. Please mail to the attention of Gail Hoskins. 

    Canola Council of Canada
    400-167 Lombard Avenue
    Winnipeg MB  
    R3B 0T6


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