Weed ID & Management Workshop

We are hosting a Virtual Weed ID & Management Workshop on May 10, 2022.  Please refer to the poster below for additional information.  Print and fill out the registration form and email it to exec.admin@warc.ca

Weed ID Registration Form
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Crop Opportunity

On March 2, 2022 WARC hosted their annual Crop Opportunity.

We would like to thank all of our sponsors, presenters and attendees for making the day a success!

To view the recording of the webinar, click the link below:


AgriARM Research Update

The AgriARM Research Update is brought to you by the eight AgriARM research sites located throughout Saskatchewan on January 13, 2022.

To access the recorded webinar, please click the link below:


Virtual Field Day 2021

WARC held our Virtual Field Day on July 7, 2021

Big thanks to our Annual Sponsors, Product Donators and Ministry of Agriculture!

Production Management Strategies to Improve Field Pea Root Health in Aphanomyces Contaminated Soils funded by the Saskatchewan Pulse Growers and presented by Allison Fletcher, Research Project Manger with the Saskatchewan Pulse Growers

Do Newer Malt Varieties Require More Nitrogen funded by Sask Barley and presented by Mike Hall, Research Coordinator with the East Central Research Foundation

Lentil Herbicide Layering is a Strategic Field Research Project (SFP) funded by the Canadian Agriculture Partnership through the Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture and presented by John Ippolito, Crops Extension Specialist with the Government of Saskatchewan

Lentil Response to Fertilizer Applications and Rhizobial Inoculation funded by the Saskatchewan Pulse Growers presented by Alex Waldner, Research Technician with WARC

Effects of Zinc Fertilization to Safen Herbicide Rates in Peas by WARC and the University of Saskatchewan College of Agriculture presented by Jocelyn Leidl, summer student with WARC

Hemp Seeding Date and Varieties Demonstration for Grain Production is a Strategic Field Research Project (SFP) funded by the Canadian Agriculture Partnership presented by Kayla Slind, Acting General Manager at WARC