GrainsWest talks to political commentator Duane Bratt and political advisor Jenelle Saskiw as well as Team Alberta and crop group representatives who dissect the defining campaign issues and lay out their expectations and advice for whichever party wins.
Speaker Sonja Waeckerlin presenting the topic "How can we educate urban populations about where our food comes from and the industry standards involved?”
Speaker Cassidy Barnert presenting the topic "How can we educate urban populations about where our food comes from and the industry standards involved"?
Crop rotation can reduce disease and pests by limiting the time host plants grow in a given field. Randy Kutcher of University of Saskatchewan came to WheatStalk 2018 to talk about different crops that can go into rotation to avoid fusariam head blight.
Ken Coles, General Manager of Farming Smarter, talks about precision planters, strip till experiments, nutrient stratification, seed emergence at various seeding rates at WheatStalk 2018.