2020 Crop Walk and Virtual Field Day!!
July 28, 2020
Morning Session 9 am - 12 pm
Afternoon Session 1 pm - 3 pm
18 km south of Prince Albert on highway #2
Tour stops include:
- Alternative cropping options - intercropping, faba bean, corn, soybeans, and more!
- Various wheat trials
- Canola salinity trial
- Horticulture - Haskaps, garlic, and cole vegetables
No transportation will be provided. Total length of tour is approx. 2 km.
Free admission and snacks provided.
Pre-registration is required.
To register: email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 306-960-1834.
To ensure social distancing is maintained space will be open for 15 people/session
A series of videos about research/demonstration trials at the CLC will be posted
online for those unable to participate in the walking tour and
for those wanting more information.
Thank you to our field day sponsors:
Saskatchewan Wheat Development Commission
Saskatchewan Flax Development Commission
2020 Crop Talk Webinar Series
Like many things in the province, Crop Talk 2020 a meeting organized to go on in Prince Albert, was cancelled last week (March 25, 2020). We have been able to work with a few of the speakers to record their presentations via webinar from home offices. The following presentations are now available through the links below:
1. Keynote: Jeff Schoenau on 'Micronutrients'
Dr. Jeff Schoenau is a professor of soil fertility and professional agrologist who works in the Department of Soil Science at the University of Saskatchewan. He holds the Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture Soil Nutrient Management Chair in the College of Agriculture and Bioresources, and is a fellow of the Agricultural Institute of Canada.
Link to webinar: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/1548914321684741384
2. Bryan Mood on 'Shelterbelts and You: An internet tool to help you learn about your trees'
Bryan is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Saskatchewan. The research team he works with are developing a decision support system to help the province’s landowners better understand how it climate change will affect them and their properties. They will illustrate the amount of CO2 sequestered by producer’s shelterbelt trees over time, the economic value, and much more though the internet-based application.
Link to webinar: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/4409184969736649742
3. Robin Lokken on 'Research Updates from the Conservation Learning Centre'
Please feel free to share these links. Thanks for joining us on Crop Talk 2020 through our adjusted platform. If you have any questions regarding the presentations or anything else, please reach out to Allie Noble at email@example.com
CLC AGM will be July 8th at 12:30 pm at the Conservation
Learning Centre. Everyone is welcome!
CLC ANNUAL General Meeting
June 27, 2018 @ 1pm
Location: CLC (18 km south of Prince Albert along Hwy 2)
We are now a collection point for used grain bags to be recycled. www.simplyag.ca Barry Swanson is the local co-ordinator 306-960-5299. Please call before delivery so proper unloading can occur.
The CLC has purchased a re-furbished Haybuster disc seeder. The CLC continues to increase its capacity with the purchase of a used plot combine. A fanning mill has been set up to assist with cleaning up crop samples. This will greatly reduce the labor involved in cleaning samples. We also have added a disc and harrow to assist with straw management. With the addition of this new equipment and, most importantly, growing relationships with the other AgriARM sites, the CLC continues to increase its ability to provide local producers with information about the most current and up-to-date agronomic practices.