Keep Canada’s Canola Clean
Canada exports more than 90% of the canola we produce, and shipments containing even the smallest amount of unacceptable residues or de-registered varieties can be rejected, causing millions of dollars in losses and placing future business at risk.
As a grower, you play an important role in keeping canola markets open. Protect Canada’s reputation as a quality supplier by following the Keep it Clean guidelines to produce export-quality canola.
Spray to Swath Interval Calculator
An interactive tool to find a pesticide to suit your application timeline or to calculate pre-harvest interval (PHI) – the number of days to wait after product application before swathing or straight-cutting the crop.
Pre-harvest Glyphosate Staging Guide for Canola
Use this handy staging guide to determine when grain moisture is less than 30%.
Keep Malathion Out of Canola Bins
Never use malathion to prepare canola for storage or treat bins in which you plan to store canola.
Managing Blackleg in Canola
Blackleg in canola can cause yield and quality losses, impact profitability and may create a market risk.
Check Your Bins! Monitor On-Farm Storage to Reduce Risk
You worked hard to bring in your crop, but factors like high-moisture seed put stored canola at higher risk.
De-registered Canola Varieties
To mitigate risk, do not seed any de-registered canola varieties and do not deliver seed produced from them to an elevator or grain handler.
We’re all in
Do your part to protect the quality and reputation of Canadian crops and help keep markets open for all.
Follow the Keep it Clean 5 Simple Tips to ensure your canola, cereals and pulses are ready for market.