Most of the publications below are part of the Washington Oilseed Cropping Systems Series that contain results and recommendations directly from the WOCS team research and Extension efforts. To look up other Extension publications, please visit the WSU Extension Publications Store.
Fransen, S., E. Walker, D. Llewellyn, and K. Sowers. 2017. Dual-purpose Winter Canola in the Pacific Northwest: Forage Management (Oilseed Series). FS262E.
Llewellyn, D., S. Fransen, E. Walker, and K. Sowers. 2017. Dual-purpose Winter Canola in the Pacific Northwest: Silage Production (Oilseed Series) FS260E.
Pan, W.L., T.M. Maaz, I.J. Madsen, W.A. Hammac, M. Reese, D. Wysocki, J.B. Davis, M. Wingerson, and J. Brown. 2017. 4R N Management of Canola Integration into Semi-Arid Wheat. Crops and Soils May-June issue, pp 16-27.
Yorgey, G. and C. Kruger, eds. 2017. Advances in Dryland Farming in the Inland Pacific Northwest. Washington State University Extension Publication. EM108. Pullman, WA. (includes discussion about canola in Chapters 4 and 5 by several WOCS faculty)
Beard, T., K. Sowers, and W. Pan. 2016. Physiology Matters: Adjusting Wheat-Based Management Strategies for Oilseed Production (Oilseed Series). FS244E
Connolly J.R., V.A. McCracken, and K.M. Painter. 2016. Enterprise Budgets: Wheat and Canola Rotations in Eastern Washington Intermediate Rainfall Regions 12” to 16” (Oilseed Series). Washington State University Extension Technical Bulletin. TB10E.
Schillinger, W. and S. Werner. 2016. First Report of Horned Lark Damage to Pre-emerged Canola Seedlings (Oilseed Series). WSU Extension Fact Sheet FS237E.
Whaley, D., F. Young, K. Sowers, and D. Roe. 2016. Cabbage Seedpod Weevil Management in Canola (Oilseed Series). WSU Extension Fact Sheet FS224E.
Connolly J.R, V.A. McCracken, and K.M. Painter. 2015. Wheat and Canola Rotations in Eastern Washington Low Rainfall Regions (<12”) (Oilseed Series). Washington State University Extension Technical Bulletin TB09E.
Kruger, C., C. Stockle, D. Shresha, K. Painter, and B. Pan. 2015. Life Cycle Assessment of Pacific Northwest Canola-based Biodiesel. In Borrelli et al. (eds.), Regional Approaches to Climate Change for Northwest Agriculture, Climate Science Northwest Farmers Can Use. REACCH Annual Conference, Pasco WA, Feb 14-15, p. 26-27.
Pan, W. 2015. The Roots of Soil Fertility. Invited Leo M. Walsh Soil Fertility Distinguished Lectureship, recorded at ASA-SSSA-CSSA meetings, Minneapolis, MN. December 16, 2015.
Pan, W. and K. Borrelli. Win-Win Scenarios for Farm and Climate. 2015. In Borrelli et al. (eds.), Regional Approaches to Climate Change for Northwest Agriculture, Climate Science Northwest Farmers Can Use. p. 4. REACCH Annual Meeting; March 4-6, 2015; Pasco WA.
Paulitz, T., K. Schroeder, and T. Beard. 2015. Sclerotinia Stem Rot or White Mold of Canola (Oilseed Series). WSU Extension Fact Sheet FS188E.
Schillinger, B., D. Wysocki, T. Chastain, S. Guy, and R. Karow. 2014. Camelina: Effects of Planting Date and Method on Stand Establishment and Seed Yield. Pacific Northwest Extension Publication PNW661.
Esser, A. and R. Hennings. 2012. Winter Canola Feasibility in Rotation with Winter Wheat. WSU Extension Fact Sheet FS068E.
Hulbert, S., S. Guy, B. Pan, T. Paulitz, B. Schillinger, D. Wysocki, and K. Sowers. 2012. Camelina Production in the Dryland Pacific Northwest. WSU Extension Fact Sheet FS073E.
Kincaid, R., K. Johnson, J. Michal, S. Hulbert, W. Pan, J. Burbano, and A. Huisman. 2012. Intercropped Biennial Canola for Silage. WSU Dairy Newsletter 21:01.
Sowers, K.E., R.D. Roe, and W.L. Pan. 2012. Oilseed Production Case Studies in the Eastern Washington Low to Intermediate Rainfall Zone. WSU Extension Manual EM048E.
Koenig, R.T., W A. Hammac, and W.L. Pan. 2011. Canola Growth, Development, and Fertility. WSU Extension Fact Sheet FS045E.
Sowers, K.E., R.D. Roe, and W.L. Pan. 2011. Oilseed Production Case Studies in the Eastern Washington High Rainfall Zone. WSU Extension Manual EM037E.
Hang, A.N., H.P. Collins and K.E. Sowers. 2009. Irrigated Spring and Winter Canola Production in Washington. WSU Extension Bulletin EM006E.