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September 10, 2015
FEATURED NEWS: Soil sampling and testing – doing it right
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Alberta beekeepers will have better access to bee disease and treatment information through a new mobile app developed by Alberta Agriculture and Forestry. >> Read full article

Clear career paths aid retention

More than three-quarters of employees report they would stay with their current employer if they knew their career path with the organization. >> Read full article

Canola swath timing tips

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Soil sampling and testing – doing it right

Fertilizer is one of the most costly inputs on the farm. Yet fertilizer is essential to ensure optimum economic crop production to keep the farm sustainable. Farmers should utilize soil sampling and testing to determine plant available soil nutrient levels to optimize fertilizer inputs. Taking soil samples correctly and ensuring the lab is using the right analyses are critical steps to develop fertilizer plans. >> Learn More…

 Event Calendar 

Cereals North America | 2015

November 2-4, 2015
Location: Winnipeg, Man. >> More Info

Agri-Trade Equipment Expo | 2015

November 11-14, 2015
Location: Red Deer, AB >> More Info

Farming Smarter Conference

December 8-9, 2015
Location: Lethbridge, AB >> More Info