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Agronomics of Fall-planted Haskap
The objective of this project is to document the benefits of fall-planting haskap versus spring-planting.

Agronomics of New Varieties of Midge-resistant Wheat
The objective of this project is to demonstrate the economic advantage of growing midge resistant wheat vs. conventional varieties Wheat midge has caused producers significant losses in the past and these resistant varieties could replace the conventional cultivar and to increase production and protect the producer’s bottom line.

Demonstration of Faba Beans
This project was initiated to demonstrate the regional production potential of this new crop, as well as to develop awareness about production of this crop.

Demonstration of New Crop Varieties for NE Saskatchewan
This project demonstrated to producers the latest releases of crops from the Crop Development Centre. This demo focused on wheat, oats, red lentils, and green and yellow field peas. Producers are always looking for new varieties and like to see field demos before committing large acres to a new variety. Each chosen crop was compared to a check variety of the same crop, giving producers hands on comparisons of the new with existing varieties.

Effect of Seeding Date, Seeding Depth on the Production of Winter Wheat in the Prince Albert Region
The objective of this project is to demonstrate the influence of seeding depth and seeding date on the establishment and success of winter wheat grown on canola stubble in the Prince Albert region.

Effect of Weed Management on the Production of Winter Wheat in the Prince Albert Region
The objective of this project is to demonstrate the effect of weed management on the establishment and success of winter wheat grown on canola stubble in the Prince Albert region.

Effects of Fungicide choice and varietal selection on the development of sclerotinia in canola
Sclerotinia stem rot has been one of the most significant diseases affecting canola in Saskatchewan over the past 25 years. An important factor for disease development is environmental conditions. Fungicide application is important for controlling and reducing the spread of the disease which should result in increased yields.

Fall Seeding Trends
This project was intended to demonstrate the use of various fall seeding equipment by hosting a field day for producers in October. This day was to highlite optimum seeding dates, depths, drills, and various fall seeded crops.

Maximizing Benefits from Foliar Fungicides on Wheat and Barley
Cereal leaf spotting diseases are frequently believed to reduce yield and quality in
northwest Saskatchewan. A number of fungide products have recently been approved for use in addition to propiconazola (Tilt/Bumper/Pivot), a product in use for approximately 20 years. The benefit to using foliar fungicide to control cereal leaf diseases depends on weather conditions, yield protential and the inherent genetic resistance or tolerance of varieties of wheat and barley to the various pathogens responsible for leaf spotting diseases.

Optimal seeding rate for spring wheat
The objective of this demonstration is to provide information on the yield benefits associated with increasing seeding rate in wheat.

Optimum Nitrogen Rate for Camelina
We undertook this project to demonstrate the production of a new oilseed crop called camelina and how it responds to fertilizer nitrogen.

Proper Pre-harvest Glyphosate Timing in Wheat
The objective of this project is to demonstrate to producers the proper preharvest glyphosate timing in wheat.
  
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