Oklahoma State University

Winter Canola Extension

Welcome the Canola Site

     Welcome to the Oklahoma State University winter canola extension website. Oklahoma is currently ranked second in the U.S. in canola acreage. Winter canola has proven to be a great option for crop rotation with winter wheat in the region. By incorporating canola into their crop rotation, many Oklahoma wheat producers have cleaned up their weedy wheat fields, improved wheat quality, increased wheat forage and increased wheat grain yields. Since its inception in 2004, the Okanola project has been instrumental in the adoption of winter canola in the Southern Great Plains by providing the knowledge and information needed to produce a successful canola crop.





Upcoming Events


Canola Field Tours

April 14-17th, 2015

Tours will be conducted in Jackson, Cotton/Tillman, Canadian, Kingfisher,

Blaine, Major, Woods, Grant, and Noble/Garfield counties.

Agenda, start times, and driving directions HERE.


Canola Harvest Clinics

Haynesville, TX on April 28

Clinton, OK on April 30

Kingfisher, OK on May 7

Canton, OK on May 12

Pond Creek, OK on May 14

Hutchinson, KS on May 19

Harper, KS on May 21

Click HERE for more details


Lahoma Field Day

May 8, 2015

North Central Research Station

For Flyer Click HERE


11th Annual Winter Canola Conferences

July 14th, 2015 in Enid, OK

July 15th, 2015 in Vernon, TX

More details to come.

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