Saskatchewan Bulletin

March 2018—Following SaskCanola’s Annual General Meeting on January 8, the SaskCanola Board of Directors voted to maintain current leadership for the 2018 year with Doyle Wiebe as Board Chair and Lane Stockbrugger as Vice-Chair. For further information about SaskCanola board committees and external appointments, visit saskcanola.com/about/directors.php. SaskCanola has committed $1.5 million to support 10 new research...
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Saskatchewan Bulletin

January 2018—Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) is a federal government program designed to encourage research and development through tax-based incentives. SaskCanola invests a significant amount of the producer levy contributions in research to manage new challenges farmers face in their fields. As a result of the research investment, SaskCanola is able to participate in this...
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Saskatchewan Bulletin

September 2017—Chris Holzapfel, Indian Head Agricultural Research Foundation, and William May, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Indian Head, just completed a SaskCanola-funded study called “Investigating wider row spacing in no-till canola: Implications for weed competition, response to nitrogen fertilizer, and seeding rate recommendations.” Project Summary: A multi-year study was initiated in 2013 at Indian Head to evaluate...
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Saskatchewan Bulletin

March 2017—In 2016, SaskCanola launched the 30-minute documentary License to Farm, to highlight the facts behind common misconceptions about agriculture production in Canada. The goal of this  documentary is to inspire producers to engage in more conversations about food, build trust with their urban neighbours, and protect their social license to farm. Since the film launched,...
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