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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Saskatchewan Bulletin

September 2019—The Canadian recommendation is for farmers to grow clubroot-resistant (CR) varieties as part of a holistic clubroot farm management plan. The CR trait will prevent most infection, which will help to keep spore counts low in fields that already have lower counts. With fewer resting spores in the soil, the risk of building up new...
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Saskatchewan Bulletin

March 2019—Following SaskCanola’s Annual General Meeting on January 14, SaskCanola’s board of directors elected new leadership and are pleased to announce Lane Stockbrugger as the chair and Charlene Bradley as the vice-chair. In addition, leadership positions on SaskCanola’s board committees for the 2019 year were elected as follows: Bernie McClean as research chair, Katelyn Duncan as...
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Saskatchewan Bulletin

January 2019—On November 22, SaskCanola hosted a performance strategies workshop for 13 Learn to Lead alumni. Later that evening, the alumni and the in-coming 2019 delegation became acquainted with each other during a networking reception. Then on November 23 and 24, SaskCanola hosted its third annual leadership workshop that saw 21 Saskatchewan farmers partake in a...
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