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What's New on Our Website

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New Sask Ag Now blog posts:

  • Options for dealing with dry conditions - Information outlining current options to assist producers through this period of dry weather.
  • Introducing The Value-Added Services Map - To better serve the agriculture value-added industry of Saskatchewan, the Ministry of Agriculture has created the value-added services map.
  • Early detection of clubroot is important: Let us help! - As part of the clubroot monitoring program, the Ministry of Agriculture and SaskCanola will be running a voluntary soil testing program.
  • Shallow-buried pasture pipelines – An option for livestock producers who have water quantity or water quality problems.
  • Program Support for Water Development in Dry Conditions - Two programs are offered under the Canadian Agriculture Partnership to support the development of a secure and sustainable water source for agricultural purposes and help mitigate impacts of drought.
  • Management Strategies when Pasture Supplies Are Low - Pasture management may not be the most exciting activity, but it needs to be addressed and actions taken as conditions change.
  • Forage management during dry conditions - With dry conditions persisting in much of Saskatchewan, producers are having to make some tough range and pasture management decisions.
  • Supporting producers in protecting riparian areas - The Riparian Grazing Management Beneficial Management Practice (BMP) protects water quality through properly managed timing, intensity, and duration of livestock grazing along riparian areas.
  • FieldWatch - The FieldWatch program is an indispensable tool that aids in protecting sensitive crops and land while fostering communication between growers and custom pesticide applicators.
  • Forage management during dry conditions - Dry conditions throughout Saskatchewan mean that some producers are having to make tough decisions when it comes to range and pasture management.

Agriculture News Releases

Find all of the News Releases issued by the Ministry of Agriculture in this filtered list:

Go to Agriculture News Release Archive

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