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Warm weather helps farmers push through harvest

Unseasonably warm weather has given some Prairie farmers a second chance to finish a harvest that was delayed because of snow.

Canola fertilizer applications in November

With this (unexpected) warm November weather, fall fertilizer applications on canola are probably better done now than back in October, advises the Canola Council of Canada.

Canada’s 150th celebrated with agriculture technology

It will have been 150 years since Canada's confederacy in 1867 when 2017 rolls around. Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada are celebrating the milestone through agriculture technology and an iconic symbol: the maple leaf.
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Stay ahead of disease risks

Clubroot. Fusarium head blight. Root rot. Blackleg. These threatening words represent just a few of the challenges Canada’s top crop producers face every year. Without fail, these threats evolve and change from one growing season to the next. As a grower, how do you stay ahead of crop disease risks?

On Feb. 21 and 22, 2017 in Saskatoon, the Field Crop Disease Summit will bring together leading experts from across Canada and around the world to discuss advancements in breeding, new research and best practices for controlling crop disease. As a grower, you will have the opportunity to interact with members of the scientific community and agriculture industry to learn about the past, present and future of field crop diseases in Canada, and the steps you can take to protect your fields.

The Summit is approved for 12 CCA-CEU and 9 CCSC-CEU credits. » Read more...

Manitoba Agronomists Conference

Dec. 14-15, 2016
Location: Winnipeg » >> Learn More

Field Crop Disease Summit

Feb. 21-22, 2017
Location: Saskatoon » >> Learn More