In this edition - February 15, 2019
Experts say insect pressure this growing season will depend significantly on weather patterns from the United States.
Challenging harvest conditions in 2018 downgraded western canola, but some options may still be open to affected growers.
In Statistics Canada's Grain Stocks Report, total stocks for wheat, barley, soybeans, corn, lentils and dry peas were lower in 2018 compared to 2017, while stocks for canola and durum increased.
Tax rules on rented land held in a corporation have changed, but not as drastically as originally proposed.
Meet agriculture up-and-comer Sara Kate Smith of Barriere, B.C. At only 19 years of age, she already has a long list of accomplishments and credits 4-H for helping her excel.
Product helps reduce food safety issues on foods that can’t be otherwise sanitized before consumption.
Spring runoff in southern Saskatchewan is projected to be below normal this year and the province is warning of possible water shortages on farms.
Research finds the darker surface of a cover crop field absorbs more heat from the sun than does a snow-covered field.