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Horticultural Crops

Fur traders and their families had the first recorded gardens in Western Canada with gardening in Saskatchewan appearing near Melfort in the late 1700s. Now, Saskatchewan's horticulture industry is thriving with a variety of fruits and vegetables grown in our rich soils or in greenhouses.

What you'll find in this section:

  • The fruit industry in Saskatchewan, including industry trends and opportunities
  • Greenhouse production, including: costs for establishing greenhouse vegetable enterprises and the importance of good water quality
  • Producing Potatoes, storage and pest management
  • Vegetable production

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