New USask app promotes potential economic value of planting carbon-storing shelterbelts

A unique new app developed by University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers offers agricultural landowners tailored information about the carbon offset value of planting shelterbe...

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Yates masters the art of teaching soil science

For Dr. Tom Yates (PhD), experiential learning and learning from mistakes are important parts of his teaching method.

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USask scientists help farmers in West Africa improve crops

Derek Peak and Abimfoluwa Olaleye are using Canadian Light Source at the University of Saskatchewan (Usask) to help farmers in Nigeria and the Republic of Benin to grow vegetables ...

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USask research indicates pulses sensitive to seedrow fertilizer

Research conducted at the University of Saskatchewan’s (USask) Department of Soil Science, has demonstrated that pulses can be sensitive to seed-placed starter nitrogen, phosphorus...

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New USask research chair to bring integrated approach to agronomy

If you’re a farmer on the Prairies, Maryse Bourgault is looking forward to talking with you.

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Reducing beef cattle GHG emissions

Eat less beef … save the planet! It’s a common theme on social media and among celebrities. Yet, researchers at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) are working to show that beef...

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