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Ministry Extension: Agronomic Advice at Your Fingertips

June 2020

Agrologist examines a wheat crop
Ministry specialists are a source of up to date,
non-biased information and agronomic advice.

The ministry's team of agronomic experts are constantly learning, staying updated on industry trends to offer the best advice and support to producers to keep Saskatchewan's agriculture industry thriving. If you're wondering where to look for agronomic updates from Saskatchewan Agriculture, you're in the right place. While we practice physical distancing, we've compiled a list of resources to ensure you stay up to date with information from our team.

Events and webinars

Our regional extension specialists work year-round to offer producers the latest agronomic information, advice and research results. From consultations to events and webinars, our team of experts has you covered. While in-person events are on hold for now, we're still offering many of our summer extension events remotely. This year, our summer agronomy session, Crop Diagnostic School, is being offered online, free of charge to clients.

Looking for a workshop or other ag-related event in your area? Check out our online Event Calendar regularly for updates on events, like the Agronomy Research Update.

Newsletters and online information

Do you know that all communications, publications and newsletters produced by the ministry can be found on our Information Services page? To save you some time, we're highlighting some key publications below:

Sask Ag Now

Sask Ag Now features timely articles focused on agronomic information, trade and market development updates, industry trends and agricultural policy. Check out the most recent Sask Ag Now posts from our provincial and regional specialists.


Agriview is the ministry’s quarterly magazine for producers and the agricultural industry. Mailed to rural households quarterly, it features stories about agricultural programs, building public trust in modern agriculture and research and technology transfer.

Crop Production News

Crop Production News provides Saskatchewan farmers with the information they need to produce their crops economically and sustainably. It is sent out via email every two weeks during the growing season.

Stay Connected E-newsletter

Stay Connected is the Ministry of Agriculture's local newsletter, providing you with recent, region-specific information about crops, livestock, forages, farm business management, lands, agriculture awareness, upcoming events and more.

Interested in receiving our publications? Sign-up for the ones that interest you using our publication subscription form.

Social Media

Stay up to date with ministry programs, information and agronomic advice by following Saskatchewan Agriculture on Facebook and Twitter.

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