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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Saskatchewan Bulletin

November 2016—The Saskatchewan Canola Development Commission’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held prior to the start of CropSphere at Prairieland Park in Saskatoon on Monday, January 9, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. Canola producers may attend the AGM without registering for CropSphere. Following the AGM, we invite you to attend a SaskCanola-sponsored complimentary lunch and learn....
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Saskatchewan Bulletin

September 2016—We’ve updated everything — from the design to the written word — and launched our new website in August! Visit saskcanola.com for a new online experience built with farmers in mind. New research results at your fingertips, contact info for agronomists, policy positions, a new blog… and the list goes on. Your number one resource...
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