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Updated Saskatchewan Clubroot Distribution Map released

The updated map released by the Government of Saskatchewan and SaskCanola shows eight fields with visible symptoms and five without added to the 2019 map.

MASC’s Hay Disaster Benefit activated for 2019

Manitoba Agricultural Services Corporation has announced that the Hay Disaster Benefit will begin payments shortly to assist with the increased costs associated with forage shortfall.

Governments invest $11 million to support crop research

Saskatchewan’s Agriculture Development Fund will support almost 50 crop-related research projects examining areas of importance to Saskatchewan producers.
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Lentil market outlook: keeping an eye on India

India imposed trade restrictions on lentil and pea imports in 2016-17 as part of a self-sufficiency plan to increase the income of Indian farmers. As Canada is the largest exporter of pulses, and India was our largest pulse buyer, what does this mean for Canadian pulse production in the short-term and beyond? » Learn more

Assessing starter fertilizer for pulses

When something works well, we’re tempted to use more of it. But is this an effective practice when it comes to starter fertilizer and low fertility soils? Research conducted at the University of Saskatchewan sought to determine what benefits, if any, starter fertilizer had for pulse crops, and what rates would be most useful for different pulse crops. » Learn more

Plant Health Summit

Feb. 25-26
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