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More from Top Crop Manager | Seed/Chemical | Machinery January 16, 2014
Western Winter Wheat Initiative launched
Winter wheat production in Western Canada is steadily growing in popularity because farm producers are realizing its excellent yield potential, profitability and the flexibility in time management it provides in the busy seasons. The purpose of the Western Winter Wheat Initiative is to build awareness and credibility of winter wheat as a highly productive crop option for western Canadian farmers.
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Canada’s canola industry sets bold new targets for 2025
The Canadian canola industry is aiming to grow annual demand to 26 million tonnes by 2025, based on global growth trends in vegetable oil consumption and the rapid rise in demand for healthier alternatives like canola oil.
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Saskatchewan crop research projects receive $7 million
Through funding from the Saskatchewan Agriculture Development Fund (ADF), producers benefit from discoveries into disease resistance, weed management, herbicide tolerance, increased yields, new ways to add value to crops and new technologies.
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Using neonicotinoid seed treatments
Through a responsible use program and careful attention to how seeds are applied, many of the risks of neonicotinoid insecticides can be minimized.
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Inductees into Saskatchewan Agricultural Hall of Fame
Guy Lafond, Alex Kennedy, David Sefton, Gary Jones, Elvin Haupstein and Dale Montgomery will be inducted into the Saskatchewan Agricultural Hall of Fame later this year.
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