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2018 - Issue #8

2018 Crop Walks

In this issue:

  • 2018 Outlook Crop Walks: a social media success
    • In 2018, Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture experimented with live-streaming on social media for their Crop Walks in Outlook. 
  • 2018 pest survey results
    • The 2018 survey season has come to an end. Here is how the information gathered from pest surveys is utilized.
  • 2019 Guide to Crop Protection Update
    • We’re on schedule to have the 2019 Guide to Crop Protection ready for distribution by February 27, 2019.
  • Dormant seeding – Sometimes it pays to delay
    • Dormant seeding of perennial forages may be a good option for your field. Dormant seeding involves seeding into frozen ground, which will enable access to early-season moisture while delaying germination until the spring.
  • Durum production manual available now
    • Durum production in Saskatchewan can be challenging. Fusarium head blight, herbicide resistant weeds and fertility can be hard to get right. A new guide is available that comprehensively addresses durum production.

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