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The latest on agriculture in Moose Jaw and surrounding areas.
Canadian crop planting this year reflects commodity price gains

Canadian crop planting this year reflects commodity price gains

A look at what crops farmers planted this spring
Moisture, cooler temperatures needed to help Sask. crops

Moisture, cooler temperatures needed to help Sask. crops

Information from the latest crop report, for the period of June 22 to 28
Moisture needed to help farmers with dry, windy conditions

Moisture needed to help farmers with dry, windy conditions

Information from the latest crop report, for the period of June 15-21, 2021
New digital tool could help predict drought conditions across Canada

New digital tool could help predict drought conditions across Canada

'This is an initial step in Canada. It’s never been done in Canada before for drought monitoring and drought forecasting, so we’re learning a lot in terms of how we’re applying for forecast'
Federal, provincial governments announcement investment in pulse starch research

Federal, provincial governments announcement investment in pulse starch research

A total of $2.5 million in funding has been awarded to Dr. Yongfeng Ai at the University of Saskatchewan
Some crops damaged by heavy rainfall

Some crops damaged by heavy rainfall

Information from the crop report for the period of June 8 to 14, 2021
Spring seeding almost complete

Spring seeding almost complete

Information from the latest crop report for the period of May 25 to 31, 2021
Rain helps farmers as seeding progresses

Rain helps farmers as seeding progresses

The crop report for the period of May 18 to 24, 2021
'Ground-breaking' research in fertilizer techniques from USask expert could increase yield for producers

'Ground-breaking' research in fertilizer techniques from USask expert could increase yield for producers

Dr. Jeff Schoenau from the University of Saskatchewan has been doing research on soil nutrients that could change how producers apply fertilizer to their fields
APAS welcomes proposed fee cuts to grain inspections and weighing services

APAS welcomes proposed fee cuts to grain inspections and weighing services

'These savings will allow producers to invest more in their operations, and we thank (federal) Minister (Marie-Claude) Bibeau for reducing fees on this essential service for our producers'