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Warm and dry weather allows for more seeding in Saskatchewan

REGINA – Eighty-one per cent of the province’s crop is now seeded, according to Saskatchewan’s weekly crop report.

The government says warm and dry weather has allowed 90 per cent of seeding to be completed in the province’s southwest and 87 per cent in the southeast. 157 more words


Seeding past the halfway mark and proceeding at a "remarkable rate"

Seeding is moving at a “remarkable rate,” with 51 per cent of the crop seeded, well ahead of the five-year (2011-2015) average of 28 per cent for this time of year, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture’s weekly report. 391 more words


The Opening Bell 05-18-16: GMO + TSA = BAD!

On the May 18, 2016 episode of The Opening Bell, Steve Grzanich talked with the University of Wisconsin-Madison Life Science Communication department chair, Dominique Brossard. The two discussed the recent details of a genetically engineered crop study and how it effects the market. 38 more words

The Opening Bell

Seeding in Saskatchewan 35% complete, well ahead of five-year average of 10%

Saskatchewan producers now have 35 per cent of the crop in the ground, well ahead of the five-year average of 10 per cent, but on par with this time last year when 34 per cent of the crop was seeded, according to Saskatchewan Agriculture’s weekly crop report. 369 more words


Seeding off to a good start with 3% of the crop planted

The mild winter and warm spring weather have given farmers a head start on seeding, with three per cent of the 2016 crop seeded, compared with the five-year average of less than one per cent, according to the first weekly crop report of the year. 374 more words


Seeding up in Saskatchewan for 2016

REGINA – It’s early days, but Saskatchewan has a higher than average number of crops seeded, according to the provincial government’s first crop report of the season. 238 more words


The May Farmstead Crop Report

Beginning with May 2016 we will be posting monthly reports on what to harvest, grow and consider each month of the year if you are gardening in Central Florida. 12 more words