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Publication Type: Fact Sheet Formats: PDF

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January 1, 1998

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Proper nutrition is essential for satisfactory crop growth and production. The use of soil tests can help to determine the status of plant available nutrients to develop fertilizer recommendations to achieve optimum crop production. The profit potential for farmers depends on producing enough...


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January 1, 1998

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Creep feeding is the practice of providing supplemental feed to calves before weaning. Creep feeding helps in supplementing mother’s milk and pasture. The feed is provided in a facility designed so that adult animals are unable to consume the creep feed. By providing creep feed, it is possible to...


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January 1, 1998

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This fact sheet presents the Pesticide Container Collection Program background, participants, and environmental monitoring in Alberta.


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December 1, 1997

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Special Places is a made-in-Alberta strategy to complete a network of landscapes representing the province's six natural regions by the end of 1998. Special Places provides the policy, science and process to fill under-represented areas or gaps in Alberta's natural regions, including new...


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December 1, 1997

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Special Places is a made-in-Alberta strategy to complete a network of landscapes representing the province's six natural regions by the end of 1998. Special Places provides the policy, science and process to fill under-represented areas or gaps in Alberta's natural regions, including new...


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October 1, 1997

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Public lands in Alberta include a wide diversity of landscapes and ecosystems. It's important to ensure that management of these lands takes into account their ecological significance and sensitivity. Conservation and protection are important aspects of public land management. Therefore,...


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October 1, 1997

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This information letter describes the options for issuing reclamation certificates where more than one activity occurs on the same piece of land.


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October 1, 1997

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Special Places is a made-in-Alberta strategy to complete a network of landscapes representing the province's six natural regions and 20 subregions. Special Places provides the policy, science and process to fill under-represented areas or gaps in Alberta's natural regions, including candidate...


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October 1, 1997

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Special Places is a made-in-Alberta strategy to complete a network of landscapes representing the province's six natural regions and 20 subregions. Special Places provides the policy, science and process to fill under-represented areas or gaps in Alberta's natural regions, including candidate...


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October 1, 1997

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Land use planning is a responsibility shared by the provincial government and local municipalities. The co-ordination of planning activities is a key factor in sustainable development and long-term use of public lands. It also helps achieve local economic development and land use objectives.