Latest articles

Self-checking field health mapping system launched

The farmer’s job of poring over satellite field maps looking for disease, weed and insect trouble is about to go automatic. Winnipeg-based digital ag consulting firm Farmers Edge recently released Health Change Maps and Notifications, a new function that automatically scans the company’s daily satellite imagery and alerts growers of any changes in field health […] Read more

Weather weighed on 2018 Manitoba crop year

CNS Canada – Conditions were variable across Manitoba throughout the 2018 growing season, according to the provincial crop report released Oct. 29. As of Oct. 29, provincially 97 per cent of the total crop was harvested. Crops completely finished include winter wheat, fall rye, field pea and dry bean. The spring wheat, barley, oat and […] Read more


Alberta farmers make large harvest progress

CNS Canada – After weeks of no harvest progress, farmers in Alberta were able to get back into the fields and make significant harvest progress over the last week, according to the provincial crop report released Oct. 26. The Alberta harvest is now 78 per cent completed as of Tuesday, Oct.23, jumping up 28 per […] Read more

Sask. harvest progress hits 92 per cent

Saskatchewan Crop Report for the week ending October 22

After multiple weeks of delay, many producers were able to return to the field and complete harvest. Thanks to warm and dry weather last week, producers now have 92 per cent of the 2018 crop harvested, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture’s weekly Crop Report. This is up from 82 per cent last week, but slightly behind […] Read more



Manitoba harvest nearing completion

CNS Canada – Warm and dry weather helped advance harvest across Manitoba during the week ended Oct. 22, according to the provincial report. Harvest progress was 91 per cent complete as of Oct. 22, up seven percentage points from the previous week. The spring wheat, barley, oat and dry bean harvests are 99 per cent […] Read more






Sask. harvest reaches 82 per cent, weather, wildlife seen damaging crops

Saskatchewan Crop Report for the week ending October 15

Although wet and cool weather conditions last week continued to delay harvest in much of the province, many producers are back in the field or will be soon. Eighty-two per cent of the crop is now in the bin, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture’s weekly Crop Report, up from 78 per cent last week but behind […] Read more





Upcoming events