From chemical to biological options and when the best time is to spray, Saskatchewan producers have to be well-versed in weed control. Here you will find a variety of practices and techniques that can be used to develop a weed management plan for your farm.
Biosecurity is a series of management practices designed to prevent, minimize or control the introduction and spread of plant pests, including diseases, weeds and insects.
The Canada Thistle weed must be targeted at its extensive root system in order to effectively control it and prevent further spread and crop impact.
Learn how to prevent and manage weeds as they affect pastures and hay land across the province.
Control of kochia and Russian thistle should be relatively straight forward in theory, but management seems to be getting more difficult.
We have learned that kochia easily evolves. It is important we keep up with this weed in order to protect against it.
Herbicide residues can injure sensitive crops that are seeded in following seasons if not broken down properly. Find information on how best to work with herbicide residue.
Sage cannot be managed with tillage. Learn what other methods are used to manage and prevent the spread of pasture sage.
This noxious weed can cause yield losses in cereal, pulse, forage and oilseed crops. Learn how to identify and manage scentless chamomile.
Learn how to identify, prevent and control weeds in an urban setting.
Water is one of the most important resources in agriculture production. Learn how to protect the quality of the water while treating weeds.
Find information about The Weed Control Act, the role of weed inspectors, early detection and eradication methods in Saskatchewan.