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 #4

In this issue:

Red chokecherries hanging on tree

Crop Protection Lab Update

The Crop Protection Lab has received 96 samples to date in 2021, the majority of which have been submitted using the Plant Disease Diagnosis Request Form.

Forage Management Under Dry Conditions

Dry conditions throughout Saskatchewan mean that some producers are having to make tough decisions when it comes to range and pasture management.

One Thrips, Two Thrips, Three Thrips, Spray?

Thrips are showing up in cereal fields throughout the province. Should producers be worried about this particular insect pest?

Beware of Poisonous Plants Under Dry Pasture Conditions

Dry conditions put livestock at high risk of poisoning from poisonous plants. Find out why in this article and learn about some of the culprits.

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