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Herbicide Resistance Summit March 2

Gain a better understanding of herbicide resistance issues across Canada and around the world. Now open to live stream registration. >> Read full article

Saskatchewan Soils and Crops Conference

The University of Saskatchewan’s annual Soils and Crops Workshop is a two-day event offering updates on current research being conducted in the areas of soils, crops and economics by researchers, faculty and graduate students from across Western Canada. >> Read full article

Nominations open for Canadian Agriculture Hall of Fame

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Seeding canola into tall stubble

Seeding canola into tall standing stubble doesn’t always produce higher yield, and carries some risk in some geographic locations, but under the right conditions, the practice can work. Building on research conducted by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada scientists Herb Cutforth and Brian McConkey at Swift Current, Sask., University of Manitoba graduate student Michael Cardillo expanded the research to look at tall stubble effects at 11 site-years across Western Canada. >> Learn More…

 Event Calendar 

Herbicide Resistance Summit

March 2, 2016
Location: TCU Place, Saskatoon. >> More Info

Saskatchewan Soils and Crops Conference

March 15-16, 2016
Location: Prairieland Park, Saskatoon, SK >> More Info

Emerging Technologies for Global Food Security Conference

June 14-16, 2016
Location: Delta Bessborough, Saskatoon, SK >> More Info