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  • Scouting for beneficial insects in cereals

    Scouting your cereals? Look for these beneficial insects. They can help with control of yield-robbing insect pests and are an important part of integrated pest management.

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  • Sask Wheat supports the retention of cash ticket deferrals

    Cash ticket deferrals are an important financial tool for Saskatchewan producers and the removal of this program would have a direct impact on the profitability and sustainability of their operations.

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  • Bigger crops require increased port capacity

    The analysis, conducted by Richard Gray and Mohammad Torshizi of the Department of Agriculture and Resource Economics at the University of Saskatchewan, indicates that an additional 10 million metric tonnes (mt) of annual throughput port capacity on Canada’s West Coast could be worth several billion dollars to Prairie farmers.

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The Wheat Field June 2017

CASH PRICES

  • NE Sask Spot
  • 1 CWRS 13.5 $7.27/bu
  • 1 CWAD 13.0 $7.14/bu
  • 1 CPSR 11.5 $4.88/bu
  • NW Sask Spot
  • 1 CWRS 13.5 $7.41/bu
  • 1 CWAD 13.0 $7.04/bu
  • 1 CPSR 11.5 $5.08/bu
  • SE Sask Spot
  • 1 CWRS 13.5 $7.31/bu
  • 1 CWAD 13.0 $7.25/bu
  • 1 CPSR 11.5 $4.90/bu
  • SW Sask Spot
  • 1 CWRS 13.5 $7.45/bu
  • 1 CWAD 13.0 $7.14/bu
  • 1 CPSR 11.5 $5.05/bu
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Latest Research

Mitigating herbicide resistance – investigating novel integrated weed management systems

In this project, the researchers will evaluate chaff collection in combination with other cultural weed management techniques at several sites to control problem weeds in Western Canada.

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