New Projects in 2022

Projects in place for the 2022 field season include:


  • Novelty phosphorus products in field pea
  • Improving fungicide timing for faba bean
  • Faba bean agronomy to enhance yield, hasten maturity, and reduce disease
  • Faba bean response to changing rates and placement of phosphorus fertilizer
  • The performance of novel pulse crops in Northeastern Saskatchewan


  • Canola seed safety and yield response to novel phosphorus sources in Saskatchewan soils
  • Sclerotinia risk assessment tools for Spray Decision Support in Canola
  • Novelty sulfur products in canola
  • Flax response to non-traditional nitrogen fertilizer management strategies
  • Hemp seeding date demonstration for grain production
  • Hemp response to nitrogen rate for grain production
  • The response of camelina to various seeding rates and depths


  • Top-dressing nitrogen fertilizer on frozen or snow covered soils in SK
  • 4R nutrient stewardship for copper fertilizer on wheat
  • Using split nitrogen applications on wheat after drought
  • Strategies to reduce glyphosate use on wheat
  • Oat varietal response to seed date
  • Inter-row spraying and wicking of non-selective herbicides to control wild oat in oat
  • Oat varietal response to Plant Growth Regulators
  • Are oats responding to higher levels of macronutients?
  • 4R nutrient management of nitrogen and phosphorus in oat production
  • Oat response to soil amendments
  • Barley nitrogen management
  • Malt barley agronomy
  • Contrasting fungicide applications and genetic FHB resistance for enhanced yield and quality of barley
  • Barley varietal response to fungicide application
  • Barley varietal response to plant growth regulators
  • Canary seed varietal response to potash rate

Forages and Specialty Crops:

  • Tolerance of Red and Alsike Clover to spring applied Authority, Authority Supreme, and Valtera
  • Demonstration of intercropping perennial ryegrass with oat using different seed placements and seeding rates
  • Pre-seed and in-crop minor use in Hybrid Brome, Perennial Ryegrass, Slender Wheatgrass and Tall Fescue
  • Regenerative agriculture cover cropping demonstration
  • Quinoa variety testing
  • Quinoa nitrogen response

All reports will be posted as soon as they are available.

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