Walker Place — 2150 Walker St., Swift Current, Sask.
“Field trials tour includes: Intercropping and following cash crops; Diversified cropping strategies to improve sustainability of organic production; Cover crop blends and following cash crops; Allelopathy; Tillage timing and intensity; Polycrop mixes for grazing; Phoma bioherbicide; New organic trials and studies starting in 2019. Afternoon presentations: Mixed grain intercrops; Role of field boundary habitats in […] Read more
Pomeroy Inn and Suites — 4601-46th Ave., Olds, Alta.
YCSA show and related events to be held at Olds Regional Exhibition grounds; CSA AGM, seminars, banquet and related events to be held at Pomeroy Inn. For more info call 403-899-2291 or visit the CSA website. Read more
London Convention Centre — 300 York St., London, Ont.
“Driving Demand is the theme for the third annual Canadian Beef Industry Conference… We are planning an action-packed event with many great speakers and panels to keep you informed about the current issues of the Canadian beef industry. There will be many opportunities to network with people from all aspects of the beef industry.” Concurrent […] Read more
Pacific Gateway Hotel — 3500 Cessna Dr., Richmond, B.C.
Theme: “Making the Case, Making it Happen.” “Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) is bringing together community leaders and internationally-recognized food systems experts together this summer for a two-day conference with the goal of making sustainable local and regional food systems.” For more info or to register visit the event web page. Read more
Ag in Motion — Hwy. 16 and Range Rd. 3083, Langham, Sask.
“See the newest agricultural technology in the field. Ag in Motion, Western Canada’s first outdoor farm expo, is situated on 320 acres of prime agricultural land, just 15 minutes northwest of Saskatoon… The fourth annual expo will feature live demonstrations of field equipment, crop plots and interactive agribusiness exhibits showcasing the products and services relevant […] Read more
“With clubroot spreading across the Prairie provinces, varietal resistance breaking down and new pathotypes being identified, now is the time for a unified, collaborative approach to exchanging key insights and leading-edge ideas on this serious disease affecting canola.” For more info or to register visit the event registration page. Read more
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