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6 results found for: "Peace River"

Audience: Farmers

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February 6, 2017

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This product provides information on Non-Board Feed Grain Prices, over a ten-year period. Comparison of the $/tonne prices for Wheat, Oats, Barely in Lethbridge, Calgary, Red Deer, Edmonton, Peace River/Grande Prairie and Vermilion are included.


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January 1, 2014

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Bertha armyworm (Mamestra configurata) is one of the most significant insect pests of canola in Canada. The pest occurs throughout Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and the interior of British Columbia. Severe infestations can occur throughout most of this area, but are usually (but not always)...


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January 1, 2002

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The publication"Irrigation in Alberta"provides an overview of irrigation development in the province, from the late 1800s through to its emergence into the 21st century. The distribution of the irrigation area primarily involves the 13 irrigation districts in southern Alberta (approximately...


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January 1, 2000

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Creeping red fescue seed production began in Canada in the 1930s. It developed into a dual purpose crop that provided revenue from the seed production in the summer and the grazing in the fall. The seed was used for lawns, fairways, pastures and soil conservation purposes. Markets for creeping...


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February 1, 1999

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Although the Alberta Agriculture Research Farm in Fairview has been in existence for over ten years, an annual report had not been published for a number of years. With the expansion of projects on the site and the need to make this information more available to producers and other researchers,...


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November 1, 1976

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In past years, black bear have caused considerable damage in beeyards in the Peace River region of Alberta. Bear damage in beeyards has varied between $50,000 and $200,000 per year. Since 1973, Alberta Agriculture had paid a subsidy to beekeepers for constructing electric fences around beeyards....