Conference 1999

Proceedings from the 11th Annual Meeting, Conference and Trade Show of the Saskatchewan Soil Conservtion Association, Feb. 17 & 18, 1999, Saskatoon, SK
1999 Direct Seeding Conference: "The Growing Trend"

Stewardship of the Farm and Family, Dr. Val Farmer, Psychologist, Fargo, ND (43K)

Agronomics of Pulse Production - New Issues, Dr. Adrian Johnston, Melfort Research Farm, Melfort, SK (52K)

Starter Fertilizer with Pulses, Dr. Fran Walley, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK (32K)

Pulse Production: A Farmer's Perspective, Clarence and Marcella Brule, Albertville, SK (19K)

Precision Farming Research in Northwestern Saskatchewan, Tim Nerbas, SSCA, Lloydminster, SK (9K)

Precision Agriculture Experiences in the Corn Belt The Process of Building a Knowledge-Based Business, Ron Olson, Top Crop Precision Ag, Frankfort, IL (19K)

Precision Farming: Our Experience, Garry and Stuart Lawrence, Rosetown, SK (6K)

How We Adopted Direct Seeding on a Low Budget, Clint Steinley, Empress, AB (9K)

How We Adopted Direct Seeding on a Low Budget, Tom McDougall, Lebret, SK (13K)

How we Adopted Direct Seeding on a Low Budget, Germaine Dauk, Naicam, SK (8K)

How We Adopted Direct Seeding on a Low Budget, Garry Dennis, Purdue, SK (4K)

Small Seeded Crops in a Direct Seeding System, Bill Duke, Redvers, SK (14K)

Summary of Late Fall and Early Spring Seeding of Herbicide Tolerant Canola, Eric Johnson, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, and Saskatchewan Agriculture and Food, Scott, SK (37K)

Direct Seeding Canola: What Works, What Does't, Jim Bessell, Canola Council of Canada, Saskatoon, SK (19K)

Roundup Ready Canola in a Direct Seeding System, Mylles Wildeman, Jansen, SK (18K)

Direct Seeding in Forage Based Crop Rotations, Heather Loeppky, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Melfort, SK (134K)

Direct Seeding Forages: A Producer's Perspective, Gordon Pearse, Newfield Seeds, Nipawin, SK (7K)

Direct Seeding Forages: A Farmer's Perspective, Lambert Wourms, St. Walburg, SK (12K)

Experiences as a Seed Grower in a Direct Seeding System, Larry Janzen, Rosthern, SK (8K)

Weed Control for Seed Growers in Direct Seeding Systems, Neil Harker, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Lacombe, AB (11K)

Direct Seeding in the Seed Growing Business, Glen Annand, Mossbank, SK (9K)

Spray Drift and Tip Technology, Tom Wolf, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Saskatoon, SK (32K)

Injecting Swine Manure with Minimum Disturbance, Gordon Hultgreen, Prairie Agricultural Machinery Institute, Humboldt, SK (58K)

Conservation Tillage and Soil Biology, Jill Clapperton, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Lethbridge, AB (18K)

Direct Seeding and Soil Carbon Storage: What's in it for the Farmer?, Jim Kinsella, Lexington, IL (9K)

Posters

Matching Growth to Moisture: The Field Pea Strategy, S. Brandt et al., Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Scott, SK (2K)

Standardization and Integration of Resource Information for Assessing Agricultural Development Capability, R.G. Eilers et al., Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Brandon, MB (2K)

Defining Optimum Herbicide Rate and Timing for Wild Oat, F.A. Holm et al., University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK (3K)

Impact of Topography and Nitrogen Fertility on Canola and Wheat Diseases, H.R. Kutcher & S.S. Malhi, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Melfort, SK (3K)

Effects of Simulated Erosion and Amendments on Grain Yield and Quality of Spring Wheat, S.S. Malhi et al., Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Melfort, SK (4K)

Soil Physical Properties and Residue Cover in Intensive Broadleaf Crop Rotations for the Parkland, A. Moulin et al., Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Melfort, SK (4K)

Field Peas use Water Sparingly, D. Ulrich et al., Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Scott, SK (2K)

Increasing the Frequency of Canola and Pea in Rotations, D. Ulrich et al., Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Scott, SK (3K)