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Saskatchewan continues to be a leader in cereal crop production across the country.
Information on disease, insects, and weed threats to your crop and how to protect your crop.
Saskatchewan Agriculture published several different newsletters and reports throughout the growing season including the weekly Crop Report. Producers can subscribe to these publications and have them delivered directly via email.
Whether you are a producer, manufacturer or buyer these pages will provide you with the most current and accurate statistical information related to crop production in our province.
Advice and recommendations for the management of forage crops in Saskatchewan.
Find information on the fruit and vegetable industry in Saskatchewan.
Crops and irrigation Branch provides technical assistance for irrigation development throughout the province.
Saskatchewan oilseed production has grown successfully over the last 30 years.
Management information and general requirements for organic crop production.
Pesticide use in Saskatchewan is regulated federally, through The Pest Control Products Act, and provincially, through The Pest Control Products (Saskatchewan) Act and Regulations.
Overviews of pulse crops grown in Saskatchewan along production and marketing information
Fertilizer and soil nutrient production information for the different crops and crop districts in the province.
Overviews of various specialty crops grown in Saskatchewan along production and marketing information.
The Varieties of Grain Crops annual publication provides information on the relative yields for the different growing regions in the province.
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