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ICM systems for wild oat control

Growers spend more money on wild oat herbicides than any other weed species and, together with increasing wild oat resistance to herbicides, implementing integrated weed management techniques to slow herbicide resistance is needed. >> Read full article

Verticillium stripe in canola

Verticillium wilt of canola has been renamed verticillium stripe. >> Read full article

National Soil Conservation Week focuses on sustainable agriculture

National Soil Conservation Week, this year April 17-23, is an annual effort to put the spotlight on the continuing success in soil management while at the same time keeping soil health top-of-mind for both farmers and the public. >> Read full article

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 Featured News 
Targeted subsoiling

Targeted subsoiling

Dense, compacted subsoil layers can have serious crop yield impacts. They can impair root penetration, limiting root access to water and nutrients, and they can decrease water infiltration and increase the risk of ponding, runoff and erosion. One way to try to improve soil with a compacted layer is to use a deep tillage implement, but that can be expensive. So University of Saskatchewan soil scientist Jeff Schoenau is leading a new project to evaluate precision subsoiling. >> Learn More…

 Event Calendar 

The 12th Annual AIA Banff Conference

April 19-21, 2016
Location: The Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta >> More Info

Farming Smarter Plot Hop I

June 9, 2016
Location: Farming Smarter Lethbridge field site, Lethbridge, Alta. >> More Info

Canada's Farm Progress Show

June 15-17, 2016
Location: Renaissance Edmonton Airport Hotel >> More Info