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Invigour L233p flowering again

Half of our 233p has matured even and half that has not it's a mess with second growth. It really didnt have a measurable rain till the end of July then has had enough rain to grow a crop since then, is this the variety or are other varieties doing this also.

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In 2002 we had that happen to lots of canola around here. Ever variety did it even stuff that was swathed. It didn’t really rain till August. We cut a bunch of green flowering canola for silage at the end of September. Crop insurance had wrote it off

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L140 was famous for it. Never really did bother at harvest though. If large amounts I would desicate it as the green crap might heat. Small spots seemed to blend in for me.
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So it's not the variety it's the weed called canola.
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Where the durum got hailed 50% last year is bad for flowering canola this year.
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