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Sask Ag asking permission from producers for pest monitoring

Saskatchewan Agriculture is switching to a permission-based survey system and is requesting that producers sign up through an online form to allow for access onto their land for the province’s pest monitoring program.

Five simple tips to keep crops ready for market

Keep it Clean! put together a reference guide with practical advice to reduce pesticide residues and traces of disease, ensuring producer crops comply with set maximum residue limits.

Canadian Pacific railway has record-breaking month for grain

The Canadian Pacific railway moved more Canadian grain and grain products in November 2019 than any month in its history, but did not comment on if the CN rail strike had anything to do with it.
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Managing phosphorus in flax

Flax isn’t just another crop. It has unique phosphorus nutritional needs that include a greater dependence on soil P and mycorrhizae fungi. A key difference for flax compared to other crops is that P uptake in flax is greater from soil P than fertilizer P. As a result, P management in flax requires a long-term approach. » Learn more

Improving sclerotinia management in canola

One of the biggest challenges of a disease like sclerotinia in canola is a grower needs to make the decision to spray fungicides well before they see any symptoms in the field. However, researchers are working on more accurately monitoring to help producers make these decisions. They are also testing fungicides and fungicide timing to fine-tune management practices. » Learn more
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Why Soil Health is Important

Growers today strive to be as efficient as possible — both for the benefit of their bottom lines, and to be good stewards of the land. It is important to keep in mind the large impact that fertilizer input can have on both. » Learn more