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Harvest 2024 - Join free Keep it Clean webinar for pro tips

Essential tips for canola, cereals, and pulses pre-harvest 

Mark your calendars for July 10, 2024, from 11:00 to 11:45 a.m. CDT, as Keep it Clean hosts a crucial webinar aimed at Canadian farmers. The webinar, titled "Be Ready for Harvest 2024".  

This online session is designed to equip you with the best practices for managing your canola, cereal, and pulse crops as harvest approaches. 

The webinar will feature three distinguished experts: 

  • Krista Zuzak from Cereals Canada will discuss crop protection and production techniques. 

  • Greg Bartley from Pulse Canada will focus on crop quality and protection insights. 

  • Ian Epp from the Canola Council of Canada will share his expertise in agronomy. 

Key topics covered will include: 

  • Proper timing for applying glyphosate before harvest 

  • Following recommended pre-harvest intervals for crop protection products 

  • Scouting for crop diseases 

  • Utilizing handy online tools from Keep it Clean to aid harvest decisions 

Additionally, the webinar will introduce online tools provided by Keep it Clean, designed to assist you right in the field. These tools are practical and easy to use, helping you apply the knowledge directly to your farming operations. 

By participating in this webinar, you can earn CEU credits if you are a Certified Crop Advisor (CCA). This makes the session not only informative but also beneficial for your professional development. 

To take part in this informative session and help maintain Canada's reputation as a top-quality crop producer, please register for the webinar. Keep it Clean is committed to supporting you in delivering the best possible products to the global market. 

Don’t miss this chance to enhance your crop management strategies and ensure a successful harvest in 2024.  

Register now and join us in making this year's harvest your best yet.  


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