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Some crops behind due to moisture issues in Saskatchewan

Overall, crops are at their normal stages of development for this time of year; however, there are some crops that are behind due to moisture issues. For example, 26 per cent of fall cereals are in the dough stage while nine per cent of spring cereals are in the heading stage.

Progressive Agriculture Safety Day keeps kids safe on the farm

The Progressive Agriculture Safety Day program usually consists of a one-day safety event that helps children learn how to be safe on the farm, on the ranch and at home. Safety Days are designed to be appropriate for all ages, hands-on and informative.

Succession advice from those who have succeeded

We’ve gathered the best succession advice from farming families who have been through the process. Here's what worked and what they would have done differently, given the opportunity.
Current Issue 1

Strengthening winter wheat stand establishment

Winter wheat is planted in the fall, germinates and grows a bit, then hibernates until spring when it starts growing again. Meanwhile, fungus and insects attack your roots and shoots throughout the fall and spring. No wonder poor stand establishment is a major constraint for high-yielding winter wheat crops. » Read more...
Current issue 2

Four top tips for growing winter wheat

Winter wheat in your rotation can make more efficient use of seeding, spraying and harvest equipment and spread out the field workload on your farm. If you’re considering planting winter wheat this fall, you should start your planning now, as successful winter wheat production takes long-term planning. » Read more...

Ag in Motion Outdoor Farm Expo

July 18-20, 2017
Location: Saskatoon
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Alberta Pulse Growers Crop Walk

July 19, 2017
Location: Besieker, Alta.
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Soybean Management and Research Transfer (SMART) Day

July 19, 2017
Location: Portage la Prairie, Man.
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