Soil conditions worsen across Saskatchewan as spring seeding continues

By David Giles  Global News Very little precipitation in the province in the last week have worsened topsoil moisture conditions, reported Saskatchewan Agriculture. File / Global News As spring...

Canadian Tractor Sales Up 72% In April, Combine Sales Up 23%

According to the Association of Equipment Manufacturer's monthly "Flash Report," the sale of all tractors in Canada during April were up 93% compared to...

Seeding of 2021 crop underway in Saskatchewan

By David Giles  Global News Posted May 6, 2021 12:09 pm Nine per cent of the 2021 crop now in the ground, according to the Saskatchewan Agriculture crop...

Canadian farmers react to market signals… | Grain Brokers Australia

  Canadian farmers are swinging to canola and barley at the expense of wheat, oats and pulses in the current winter/spring cropping cycle. That was...

CWRC commits $2 million to the University of Alberta in wheat breeding activities

The Canadian Wheat Research Coalition (CWRC) – a collaboration between the Alberta Wheat Commission, Saskatchewan Wheat Development Commission and Manitoba Crop Alliance – has...

Scouting for Soil Insect Pests in Field Crops

Insecticide seed treatments have proven to provide effective and efficient protection for soil insects in field crops. As the level of adoption of this...

FireSmart your spring cleaning – around your property

Article originally published by Alberta.ca on 3 May 2021 ‘In a previous article we talked about understanding your wildfire risk and taking action by starting closest to...

Precision AI Raises $20 Million To Reduce The Chemical Footprint Of Agriculture

Precision AI, a computer vision and robotics company empowering sustainable farming practices, announced today the closing of $20 million in equity and grant funding....

Canola carryover – will there be any?

Crop year-end canola stocks are setting up to be the smallest in years. ‘Producers with unpriced canola remaining after the 2020 harvest have been delighted...

Cargill Plans $350 Million Canola Processing Facility In Regina

Cargill today announced plans to break ground on a new canola processing facility in Regina, Saskatchewan, to support the growing global demand for...
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