#1) Check out this link for options that may suit your situation: Unharvested Crops
#2) After checking out the above "Unharvested Crops" link and you still decide burning is the best option you must obtain a proper burn permit (for stubble burning or any burning you are encouraged to confirm your liability coverage with your insurance company)
#3) Recommended precautions for stubble burning:
- Be sure your fire guards are wide enough and clear so a fire cannot easily cross over (40' to 50' - 12 to 15 metres);
- Have your tools and equipment (tractors/field implements) ready at the fire site and enough portable water depending on the size of your fire;
- Adults must be in attendance at all times and burn no more than 40 acres (16 hectares) at one time;
- Smoke from a burn can create a public hazard, especially within 1/2 mile of a primary and/or secondary highway. Contact your local highway maintenance contractor for smoke signage.
- Do not burn in windy or forecasted windy conditions (10 kms/hour or more).