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Crop Productions News 2020 Issue #9

Raspberry stalks

In this issue:

How to Handle Hot Lentils

Handling hot lentils properly is important to prevent spoilage and maintain their quality.

Is It Time to Consider Short Term Forage Crops In Your Rotation?

Integrating perennial forages into annual crop rotations can reduce herbicide resistant weeds, interrupt pest and disease cycles improve soil quality and reduce fertilizer costs.

Nutrient Management of Fruit Crops

In order to maximize fruit quantity and quality, growers need to ensure they manage nutrient availability.

How Can Producers Divert Plastics from the Waste Stream into Recycling?

The agriculture sector generates a lot of plastic waste. Cleanfarms has an answer.

Cleanfarms Holding Unwanted Pesticides Collection Events This October

Cleanfarms is hosting unwanted and obsolete pesticides and livestock/equine medications collection events in Southern Saskatchewan between Oct. 26 to 30, 2020

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