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Fertilizer prices stabilise after boom

Fertilizer prices stabilise after boom

International fertilizer prices remain at record highs
Agriculture This Week: Consumers need to research food safety issues

Agriculture This Week: Consumers need to research food safety issues

Mixed message of glyphosate safety over the years has to be confusing to consumers.
Irrigation project to stimulate SK economy

Irrigation project to stimulate SK economy

The Lake Diefenbaker Irrigation Project is looking to widen the scope of irrigable land in the province, with the first phase beginning with the Westside rehabilitation and expansion.
Heat accelerating crop ripening

Heat accelerating crop ripening

Harvest will soon be starting in region as heat continues to be this summer's theme.
Producers need to see more drought support from federal government: APAS

Producers need to see more drought support from federal government: APAS

The Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan (APAS) is pleased to see the Government of Canada offering additional support for producers who are facing a relentless drought.

Further relief plans up in the air as dire drought dries crops

The drought baking farmland in hot, dry conditions has many Saskatchewan producers looking for help with their withering crops.
Crops remain under weather stress in area

Crops remain under weather stress in area

Also impacting hay and pasture

Grassroots farmers, ranchers in Saskatchewan share lands to honour treaty rights

As the province of Saskatchewan verges on making land less accessible to Indigenous hunters and gatherers through pending trespassing legislation, a group of farmers and ranchers are acting as a “counterpoint.

Landowners weigh how to help 'dire' grassland bird populations

Lorne Scott has never wished more for a magic wand.
New Research Chair at USask will help maximize environmental, economic benefits of forage crops

New Research Chair at USask will help maximize environmental, economic benefits of forage crops

SASKATOON – A new Beef Industry Integrated Forage Management and Utilization Chair will be established at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) to connect the study of soils, plants, animals, economics, and ecosystems to tap into forage crops’ full