CropSphere, January 11-13 ; Crop Production Show, January 11-14

CropSphere is January 11-13 at TCU Place in Saskatoon. The event includes two days of presentations as well as AGMs for many commodity organizations. Crop Production Show is January 11-14 at Prairieland Park in Saskatoon. Those attending CropSphere will have the whole day January 14 to visit the show.

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Registration is required for CropSphere. You pay at the door for Crop Production Show. Crop Production Show info.

Canola presentations to look for:

—SaskCanola’s AGM is Monday, January 11 at 1:00 at TCU Place. You do not have to register for CropSphere to attend the AGM. More information.

—Nicole Philp, CCC agronomy specialist, is speaking at CropSphere. Her presentation, called “Innovations In Technology – Choose Your Own Adventure: Best Practices for On-Farm Research” is Wednesday, January 13, 10-10:45 a.m. in Gallery C. Her co-presenters are Murray Hartman and Kristen Podolsky.
—SaskCanola, CCC and CCGA booths at the Crop Production Show are located in Hall B. Come visit staff and agronomists.
—License to Farm documentary launch. SaskCanola will have a public screening of its documentary at the Crop Production Show on Thursday, January 14 at 11:00 a.m. in the Bayer CropScience Information Theatre in Hall B. If you miss that launch, SaskCanola will host an online screening and Twitter chat on Friday, January 15 at Noon CST. For Twitter, use @LicensetoFarm and the hashtag #L2F.