May 31, 2022
Increases in lentil production in Canada are evident since 2000, with pea production also changing.
May 24, 2022
There are a variety of field days across the province this summer. Below is a calendar of events including links to find more information and/or register.
May 19, 2022
Additional pea fields located across Saskatchewan are required for a field survey initiated via the provincial pest monitoring program during the 2022 field season.
April 07, 2022
Consumer acceptance of plant-based foods is on the rise, and Canada holds a prominent global position as a reputable producer of safe and high-quality agricultural and agri-food products.
March 24, 2022
As part of Finance Canada’s pre-budget consultations for Budget 2022, the Saskatchewan Crop Commissions put forward a submission highlighting four recommendations for the government’s consideration, including:
February 28, 2022
Investments into pulse research and development (R&D) is a key pillar of Saskatchewan Pulse Growers’ (SPG) overall strategy to grow the pulse industry and make growers more productive and profitable.
February 16, 2022
Saskatchewan Pulse Growers (SPG) recognizes the importance of supporting the next generation of the agriculture industry. SPG is proud to be able to contribute to students and postgraduate programs at the University of Saskatchewan that support the development of future pulse industry contributors.
January 11, 2022
January 11, 2022 (Saskatoon, SK) – Today Saskatchewan Pulse Growers (SPG) announced funding for 11 pulse-specific research projects, co-funded through Saskatchewan’s Agriculture Development Fund (ADF).
January 10, 2022
Dr. Bunyamin Tar’an, Professor at the Crop Development Centre (CDC) and Ministry of Agriculture Strategic Research Program Chair in Chickpea and Flax Breeding and Genetics, has been recognized for the innovation he has brought to the pulse industry as recipient of the Pulse Promoter Award by SPG.
January 05, 2022
January 5, 2022 (Saskatoon SK) – Growers face considerable risk in making cropping decisions for 2022 due to risks of herbicide carryover. Saskatchewan Pulse Growers (SPG) wants to ensure growers have the best information to make 2022 cropping decisions on their individual farms.
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