Saskatchewan Bulletin

November 2020—Be in the know! For the latest canola news and information, subscribe to SaskCanola‘s newsletter at saskcanola.com. Further Understanding of Soil Health Through Research Healthy soil is the foundation for profitable and sustainable agricultural production. The numerous benefits healthy soil provides includes enhanced fertility, increased productivity, adaptability, resiliency, and profitability. Soil processes that support plant...
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Saskatchewan Bulletin

September 2020—Crop rotation and variety selection are the best profitability and risk management tools available for producers. Selecting varieties that demonstrate high yield potential for your ecological zone is important, but arguably more important is selecting a canola variety with the combination of traits best suited to each individual field on your farm. This likely means...
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Saskatchewan Bulletin

March 2020—In early January, the Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture and SaskCanola released an updated version of the Saskatchewan Clubroot Distribution Map, which includes the results from the 2019 provincial clubroot survey and any rural municipalities with confirmed cases of clubroot reported outside the survey. In Saskatchewan, clubroot is a declared pest and it has been regulated...
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Saskatchewan Bulletin

January 2020—“The goal of SaskCanola’s scholarship program is to invest in the future talent  of the canola industry. ” Lisa Horn, SaskCanola Executive Director Each year, two scholarships are awarded to students enrolled in graduate programs with projects studying canola. This investment complements the research SaskCanola invests in for the benefit of canola production and farm...
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Saskatchewan Bulletin

November 2019—Be in the know! For the latest canola news and information, subscribe to SaskCanola producer updates at saskcanola.com. SaskCanola has partnered with Alberta Canola to lead a multi-project research initiative that will explore opportunities to strengthen grower resiliency to canola diseases. A collective investment of $1,873,877 of grower dollars from Saskatchewan and Alberta was used...
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