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First Prairie crop reports for 2021 now available

The Albertan, Saskatchewan and Manitoban ministries of agriculture have released their first crop reports for 2021. Overall, seeding progress is above average, but cool, dry weather is slowing emergence.

USask soil research to improve nutrient use

Recently published research from trials conducted at the University of Saskatchewan highlights recommendations for improving fertilizer use and increasing crop yields for farmers.

Podcast: Practical tech on the farm

Tech is everywhere in ag. Our guests from Purdue University and Olds College share what they’re working on and recent findings – as well as how they’re working to make tech more accessible.
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Featured News 

Exploring pest and clubroot interactions

Bertha armyworm, diamondback moth and clubroot: individually, these pests can take a serious toll on a canola crop if not managed properly, but what happens when they act on canola together? Chaminda Weeraddana, former PhD student at the University of Alberta and current post-doctoral fellow in the department of entomology at the University of Manitoba, now has the answers. » Learn more
What’s in a name?

Pea leaf weevil: What’s in a name?

The name “pea leaf weevil” drums up thoughts of an insect gnawing away in a crop of field peas. But as many faba bean growers have found out in recent years, this weevil doesn’t stop in its tracks at the pea field borders. Asha Wijerathna, a PhD candidate at the University of Alberta is finishing up some much-needed research on pea leaf weevil in faba bean, including the first-ever economic threshold. » Learn more
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Top Crop Summit

Access the on-demand and recorded live sessions today! » Read more