Manitoba's canola harvest is coming to a close.
Justine Cornelsen is an Agronomy Specialist with the Canola Council of Canada.
"I know a lot of producers are happy that the crops this year are just coming off dry," she said. "I've been seeing the images from last year where we had a foot of snow already at this time. It's just a nice change to be able to get them off in good condition. It really helps make the storage of the crop a lot easier over the winter."
She notes, verticillium stripe was a disease concern for many farmers this year.
According to Manitoba Agriculture, canola quality has been good, with average yields.Click here to see more...