Thursday, September 24, 2020

Your Crop Report for September 1 to 7, 2020

Producers made significant harvest progress this week with 43 per cent of the crop now in the bin, up from 28 per cent last...

Sask. Farmers Hurrying to Get Crops in as Some Areas Are...

Source: David Giles, ctvnews.ca, September 11, 2020 Strong winds and lack of moisture has also contributed to crop damage. Harvest is progressing rapidly across the province,...

Governments of Canada and Sask. Collaborate With Ranchers to Protect Biodiversity...

Yesterday, September 8th, the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Jonathan Wilkinson along with Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, Marie-Claude Bibeau, and Saskatchewan Agriculture...

Regenerative Practices: A New Approach for Sustainable Farming

By Dunling Wang, PhD, PAg, Provincial Specialist, Alternative Cropping Systems, Regina Regenerative agriculture was first introduced by the Rodale Institute - Pioneers of Organic Agriculture...

Grazing Fall Rye

In Saskatchewan, recent grazing seasons have been unpredictable in terms of rainfall and production, leaving it difficult to plan out the capacity of perennial...

Using Weed Biology to Get the Most Out of Fall Weed...

By Keana Boere, Summer Student, Regional Services Branch, North Battleford Fall can provide a good opportunity to control perennial or winter annual weeds that may...

September 1st Marks Safe Elm Tree Trimming 

By Mallorie Rast Yard enthusiasts and landscapers can now get at those dead limbs on their elm trees that have been bothering them all summer....

Canola Finishes Week in the Green

Source: Glen Hallick, MarketsFarm, producer.com, August 30, 2020 WINNIPEG, Aug. 28 (MarketsFarm) – Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) Futures canola contracts were higher on Friday, bouncing back...

Saskpower Provides $25,000 To Aquatic Invasive Species Program

The Government of Saskatchewan’s efforts to keep invasive species out of Saskatchewan waterbodies got a boost recently, with a $25,000 contribution from SaskPower to...

Over 1,000 Bees Hatched in Wascana Centre

Nature enthusiasts, gardeners and aspiring scientists of all ages are invited to explore and learn about Wascana Centre’s new pollinator projects, the highlight being...
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