Visit Lethbridge, Alta., for a canola field day aimed at increasing awareness, and improving management of insect, disease and weed pests in canola. Who should attend? Canola producers, agronomists, agrologists, crop scouts, crop consultants, industry and retail representatives, academia and government. To view the day’s agenda, visit farmingsmarter.com. No registration fee required. Event contact: Jamie Puchinger […]
Come to Brooks, Alta. for a canola field day aimed at increasing awareness, and improving management of insect, disease and weed pests in canola. This is the only event in southern Alberta that will have live demonstrations of clubroot galls (hence the name ‘Galla’). Who should attend? Canola producers, agronomists, agrologists, crop scouts, crop consultants, […]
“The field day will concentrate on the development of new varieties as well as progress on improved weed control options.” Lunch included. Visit the Sask Mustard website for more info.
Hosted by the Canola Council of Canada, Manitoba Agriculture, Food and Rural Development, the Manitoba Canola Growers Association and Canada-Manitoba Crop Development Centre. CCA and CCSC credits available. Lunch provided. Topics include straight-cutting, cutworm damage economics, scouting, conditioning canola for summer storage, and the UCC experiment. For more info or to RSVP call 204-720-6923.
“‘What good are long-term field studies?’ Join us for our 30-year celebration to find out! Discover how young and not-so-young continuous field studies are transforming our understanding of the consequences of our soil, nutrient and crop management decisions over time on a whole systems level. Learn of their role in education, research, training and outreach.” For […]
Inductees for 2014 include Ron Helwer, Waldie Klassen, Don Kroeker, Bob McNabb, Bill Siemens. For more info call 204-728-3736 or email [email protected]
Confirmed speakers include Bob Friesen (FNA), Gordon Bacon (Pulse Canada), Brett Halstead (CCGA). For more info visit APAS’s temporary site on MyRM.ca.
Theme: “The Future Management of Grazing and Wild Lands in a High Tech World.” For more information visit the conference website.
“The conference is sure to give all participants an unmatched single-day of information and perspectives on the main factors affecting the Canadian cattle markets.” For more information visit the conference website.
“On the heels of the highly successful inaugural Cereals North America conference in 2013, the 2014 meeting will highlight global energy markets and their new relationship with agriculture as biofuel industries have matured. The conference will also focus on the coming technology advances promised in seed and agronomy. And, back by popular demand, a continuing […]