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Plant Health Summit Sweepstakes winners

Win your entry to the upcoming Plant Health Summit through our December Sweepstakes contest.


December 6, 2019
By Top Crop Manager


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Throughout the month of December, we’re giving away 10 passes to the Plant Health Summit, to be held Feb. 25 and 26, 2020, in Saskatoon.

Congratulations to this week’s lucky winners:

First week (announced Dec. 6)

  1. Bob Chubb, Portage, Man.
  2. Jessica Quinney, Saskatoon

Second week (announced Dec. 13)

  1.  Dwain Boynton, Codette, Sask.
  2.  Neil Beauchamp, Wakaw, Sask.

Third week (announced Dec. 20)

  1.  Robert Hornford, Winnipeg
  2.  Dane Visscher, Legal, Alta.
  3.  Nathan Trowell, Regina

Fourth week (announced Dec. 27)

  1.  Aaron Luzny, Holdfast, Sask.
  2.  Robin Nell, Francis, Sask.
  3.  Verne Moen, Bjorkdale, Sask.

Grand prize winner (announced Jan. 3)

  1. Carrie Ross, Taber, Alta.

Didn’t win this week? Click here to enter next week’s draw – you can enter once per day. Winners will be notified by email every Friday after 3 p.m. EDT and this story will be updated every week to reflect the newest winners. Each winner receives on free pass which includes registration to the event, including lunch and all networking breaks and snacks.

Enter every day during the last two weeks to boost your chances of winning the grand prize: two free passes to the Summit and a one-night stay at the Holiday Inn Saskatoon Downtown for the Summit!

This year, we’ve expanded our annual Summit to a day-and-a-half to cover more topics and include more time to network with fellow producers. The Summit will include leading speakers from Western Canada who work across universities, provincial and federal agriculture departments. A wide range of topics will be covered from evaluating root rot and pulse diseases, to maximizing fungicide use, to insect threats and beneficials. The agenda is currently posted online, and even if you’re not a winner of the Sweepstakes, take advantage of the early-bird rate of $120 and register today at planthealthsummit.ca.