Registration for both events is still open, one of which takes place Wednesday and another being held November 21st. Both events are at the Wascana Country Club.
Regional crop specialist Sherri Roberts said the knowledge farmers gain from these events is proven to be important.
“These are put on by Ministry staff, they’re put on by University of Saskatchewan professors, and of course Agri Canada researchers, so you’re getting the most up-to-date information that’s out there,” Roberts said. “A lot of the times, some of the research that’s being done, this is the only way producers have access to it.”
Roberts said the timing of these events is aimed to work for farmers.
“Sometimes in the summer time, you’re so busy you can’t make the summer time field days, but it’s these winter time meetings that gives you an opportunity to really catch up on what’s happening out there in your field.”
The event happening Wednesday will discuss a variety of topics such as herbicide carry-over considerations, and fertilizer management, while the November 21st event will discuss mixed grain inter-crop research.