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Canola & Bees: Using Only Authorized Pesticides Bees and canola have an incredible mutually beneficial relationship, this is why we encourage farmers to only use authorized pesticides as unlicensed pesticides can upset this mutually beneficial “union” and hurt or possibly kill thousands of bees resulting in your crop not benefiting from these amazing little pollinators. […]

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B-well commended at the Food Review New Product Competition

The 2018 Food Review/Symrise New Product Competition is an annual event where food manufacturers can submit their new products – launched between 1 January 2017 and 31 May 2018 – to compete against other product across a spectrum of categories. Entrants receive coverage in Food Review, both in the printed magazine and on the website, […]

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The 2017 season has been challenging from day one, with the low rainfall being the main reason. Canola being a rain fed crop had some great challenges to emerge in these drought conditions. But as the season progressed the crop recovered dramatically to a point where we predict that we will have a good harvest. […]

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During the month of July SOILL’s production departments did what they do best: crush, refine and pack massive amounts of the high-quality oil. The previous records were 11097 ton seed processed and 2638 ton oil refined. New records are 11795 ton seed pressed and 2651 ton oil refined in a calendar month. With disciplined people, […]

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