Effective Friday, September 17, a province-wide mandatory masking order will be implemented for all indoor public spaces. 

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Crop Production News 2021 - Issue #3

In this issue:

honey bee on canola

Crop Protection Lab Update

There has been the usual increase in samples submitted to the Crop Protection Lab in July.

New Program To Monitor European Corn Borer

With corn becoming a more important crop in Saskatchewan, pests must be watched for. Learn more about the European corn borer monitoring pilot program.

Pollinator Planning in Crop Production

Don't overlook pollinators in crop production. Planning for them can be beneficial not only to them but to producers as well.

Why Are My Plants White?

White tissue on plants can have many causes. Some are natural and others are man-made.

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