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Province announces agricultural water management demos

Province announces agricultural water management demos

Glacier FarmMedia Discovery Farm (Langham), will host one of the projects
Seeds Canada amalgamation plan sidelines independent seed growers

Seeds Canada amalgamation plan sidelines independent seed growers

Opinion: National Farmers Union
Wild boar ag operations banned in Alberta county

Wild boar ag operations banned in Alberta county

Saskatchewan issues cited as one reason
Area crops rated in fair to good condition

Area crops rated in fair to good condition

Warm weather and rainfall this week continued to support crop development.
Research farm field tours going virtual during pandemic

Research farm field tours going virtual during pandemic

East Central Research Foundation creating mini videos
Flooding squeezes wild rice growers

Flooding squeezes wild rice growers

High water levels swamped wild rice crops across Saskatchewan’s north this month.
Foodgrains Bank projects unaffected by Covid-19, late 2019 harvest

Foodgrains Bank projects unaffected by Covid-19, late 2019 harvest

The wet fall last year and Covid-19 complications haven’t impacted two Canadian Foodgrains Bank growing projects in the area—the Harvest of Hope near Moosomin, Saskatchewan and the Cross-Borders Growing Project near Kola, Manitoba Kyle Penner is very

Buchanan farmer questions distress in animal seizure

The owners of a large number of animals seized in early June under Saskatchewan animal protection laws say the agency in charge has too much power.
Wendell Estate Honey awarded Platinum at London International Honey Awards

Wendell Estate Honey awarded Platinum at London International Honey Awards

MacNutt firm only North American honey to win
Does your canola need protection from sclerotinia stem rot?

Does your canola need protection from sclerotinia stem rot?

Should I spray for sclerotinia stem rot? Canola growers in Western Canada are often challenged to find a satisfactory answer to this annual question. In reality, we don't need very much infection to justify a fungicide application.