July 25 – July 26, 2017
Indian Head, SK
Presented by the Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture, the Crop Diagnostic School is a one-day, interactive learning opportunity to examine plants, dig in the soil, pull weeds, catch insects and hone your diagnostic skills. Join us to learn about insect and disease identification and scouting, soils fertility and nodulation, and herbicides and weed management. Some of the stations will have information on forages from Regional Forage Specialists. Stations will be led by industry experts so this is a great opportunity to ask questions and see live material.
The cost is $140 and includes lunch. Registration opens at the end of April at www.prairiecca.ca.
For more information:
Call the Agriculture Knowledge Centre at 1-866-457-2377
Contact your nearest Regional Crops Specialist
or follow @SaskAgriculture on twitter and use the hashtag #SKCDS17