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The printed edition of the Guide to Crop Protection is now available

April 2017

Printed copies of the 2017 Guide to Crop Protection are now available for pick-up in Regional Offices across the province or at your local retailer. To receive your copy, simply drop by your local office and inquire at the front desk.

The development of this year’s Guide changed from previous years, to better meet the needs of our growers and agronomists. Particularly, timelines and processes were altered to allow for a more thorough and accurate inclusion of chemicals. This also eliminated the need for the Spring Update, which was usually released in May of each year.

These changes in the process resulted in some unexpected delays throughout the development and delivery of the 2017 Guide. We’ll be working to adjust the process to avoid these delays in the future. We understand the Guide to Crop Protection is a very valuable reference tool for Saskatchewan’s growers and agronomists.

Digital copies can still be downloaded from the main Guide to Crop Protection web page.

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