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SeCan to Mark 40 Years at CSGA Meeting

SeCan will celebrate its 40th anniversary as part of the Canadian seed industry next week at the Canadian Seed Growers’ Association annual meeting in Clear Lake, Man. SeCan was formed in… Read More

What’s Eating Alberta Crops?

Here’s what’s eating Alberta crops, according to Scott Meers, insect management specialist with Alberta Agriculture. He starts with pea aphid in lentils. Audio file here:$Department/newslett.nsf/all/cotl25338/$FILE/16_182_Scott_Meers.mp3

Listen Now: Canola Crops Take a Beating

Some canola crops took a beating from the dry conditions, insects, and frost. Murray Hartman, provincial oilseed specialist with Alberta Agriculture, says producers should be checking their crops to see… Read More

Listen Now: Early Start to Insect Issues

It’s a very early start to insect concerns this growing season, from grasshoppers to cutworms and pea leaf weevil. Scott Meers, insect management specialist with Alberta Agriculture, has the details. Listen… Read More

Mustard: Little Seed on the Prairie

Mustard: Little Seed on the Prairie×332-eng.mp4 Starting with only 40 hectares of mustard crops in Alberta in 1936, Canada has now become the world’s largest exporter of this ancient condiment. How? Simple: the Canadian prairies… Read More