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March 5, 2015
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Wrestling with resistant wild mustard

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Manitoba 2015 spring flood outlook

There is a variable risk of potential flooding across Manitoba, according to the Hydrologic Forecast Centre of Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation’s first 2015 spring flood outlook. >> Read full article

Farms and families should take note of federal tax changes

The federal government has introduced some tax changes for the 2014 tax year. >> Read full article

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Fertilizing grass for hay and pasture

With about 20 million acres of Prairie land in tame hay or seeded pasture, the productivity of many hay and pasture fields can be improved with very good fertilizer management. Generally, Brown and Dark Brown soils in the southern Prairies are often deficient in nitrogen and in phosphorus, but usually are not deficient in potassium or sulphur for grass production. Black, Gray Wooded and Gray-Black transition soils are commonly deficient in nitrogen and phosphorus and are more frequently deficient in potassium and/or sulphur, particularly on sandy soils. >> Learn More…


SK Soils & Crops Agronomy Updates

March 16-17, 2015
Location: Saskatoon, SK >> More Info

Farm Progress Show

June 17-19, 2015
Location: Regina, SK >> More Info

14th International Rapeseed Congress

July 5-9, 2015
Location:Saskatoon, SK >> More Info

Created March 13, 2015 | Category: Agronomy

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