Month: March 2017

garden on a concrete roof in Saskatoon

Saskatchewan Sets Up Urban Gardens On Roof Tops

Employees at the University of Saskatchewan have set up an urban garden on the roof of the College of Agriculture…

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Our Fruits And Vegetables Are Not Always Green

The climate assessment of fruits and vegetables transported by air or from heated greenhouses is highly negative, WWF estimates. Twenty-five…

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Alternatives to pesticides, the story of an organic farmer

On the occasion of the “Pesticide Alternatives Week”, we asked a cereal grower to explain the changes in his daily…

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Cows at New Farm Ranch near Zhoda, Manitoba Photo: Shirley Barca

Manitoba Farmer To Sell Farm After Being Robbed Of 150 Cattle

Owners of a livestock farm near Zhoda in southeastern Manitoba decided to sells of their livestock after they were robbed…

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Which Breed Of Laying Hen To Choose For A Chicken Coop?

The chicken is the new star animal of our gardens. In addition to providing fresh eggs, it feeds on our…

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What You Need To Know About Chicken Coops

Before buying your chickens it is important to know where to house them! You can find on the Internet and…

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Watering Techniques

With global warming, precipitation is becoming less and less abundant. It is therefore important to quench your plants without wasting…

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Irrigation In The Garden

Water is a precious natural resource to be consumed with great moderation in all circumstances.During the summer season, the various…

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How Industrial Farming Has Negatively Effected The Monarch Butterfly

The decline in breeding areas of monarch butterflies in the United States¬†is the main cause of their recent decline in…

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Wind Power Three Times More Popular in NS Than In Ontario

Wind Energy Strategy in Windsor makes wind farms three times more popular than Ontario, a study found. This research was…

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