The U of S Range Team won first place at the Undergraduate Range Management Exam in Sparks, Nev. earlier this week.
Tim Sharbel’s groundbreaking research into asexual reproduction would be a global game changer
Canola came of age in Saskatchewan. In the four decades since its debut, it has become the country’s major oilseed crop, exceeding wheat in acreage and value. One of the much-laude...
In developing countries, more than three million children are at high risk for permanent blindness due to severe vitamin A deficiency.
Forget ideology—tomorrow’s agriculture will be an organic-conventional mash-up.
The Crop Development Centre (CDC) in the College of Agriculture and Bioresources is one of many groups receiving a boost from recent joint federal and provincial funding.