Coming events

AgriStability webinar. February 19 and 25. Changes have been made to the AgriStability program. This 2-part webinar series presented by SaskCanola will explain what this means for your farm business. On February 19, a representative from Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation will provide details on the program changes. On February 25, Shea Ferster from Meyers Norris Penny will explain how the government programs might fit into your risk management plan. Click here for more information or to register.


County clubroot meetings:
—Gilby Community Centre, February 11, for more information, call 403-746-3607.
—Flagstaff County Office, Sedgewick, February 12, for more information, call 780-384-4129.
—Stettler Community Hall, Stettler, February 14, to register for the Stettler meeting, call Quinton Beaumont at 403-742-4441.
Clubroot continues to expand in Alberta, with a few new counties added to the confirmed list in 2012. Soil movement by field equipment and vehicles remains the key way the disease spreads from field to field. At these meetings, CCC agronomy specialists Dan Orchard and Keith Gabert along with AARD clubroot specialist Ron Howard will provide hands on demonstrations on clubroot management, including how to ID the disease early and how to use equipment sanitation to slow its spread across the farm and the county. Ron Howard will bring live plants with the disease so growers can see what early stage infection looks like. The meetings will also provide growers and all other interested parties a chance to review county clubroot policies.

Grain and oilseed marketing course, February 25-28 in Lamont and March 4-7 in Stony Plain. ACPC sponsors this 4-day course by Neil Blue, AARD.

AgExpo, February 27-March 1, Lethbridge. Come to the ACPC booth and meet the new CCC agronomist for southern Alberta, Autumn Holmes-Saltzman.


SaskCanola regional producer meetings, Melfort February 26, Humboldt February 27, Rosetown February 28, Swift Current March 1, and North Battleford March 7.  Click here for more information.

Soils and Crops, March 5-6, Prairieland Park, Saskatoon. Two day event with updates on current research in the areas of soils, crops, and economics.  CCA and CCSC credits available. Click here for more information and to register.