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Is early grazing worth the trouble?

Pasture health can easily deteriorate when grazing occurs too early in the season

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Area bus service shuts down amid challenges

Even with the combination of passenger and freight services, there was just not enough revenue to keep going

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Experts offer insights to area growers at Ag Outlook

Insects, diseases, market outlook, weather, political issues, climate change and weed control all on the agenda

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Leafy spurge is a real threat to crops

The local economic impact can be serious as it invades rangeland, reducing its productivity for livestock grazing

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Expert speakers scheduled for regional Ag Outlook meeting

The event on March 14 at the Elks Hall in Kindersley is free and open to all producers

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Program provides loans to build low-income housing

A project is eligible for a loan if it involves new construction, acquisition of existing units or the conversion of buildings

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How you can be successful with soybeans, even in dry years

As soybeans become more established in Saskatchewan, our understanding of what works and what doesn’t keeps growing

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Biosecurity on the farm: dealing with clubroot

Clubroot is spread by the movement of soil, so minimizing soil movement is key to preventing the spread of the disease

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Biosecurity and soil-borne pathogens

Clubroot in canola and aphanomyces in peas and lentils in Saskatchewan mean producers should take action

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Problem weeds and weed control on pastures

Scouting for new weeds is best done when they’re easiest to identify, often in the month of June, prior to seed set

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