Conference 2001

Proceedings from the 13th Annual Meeting, Conference and Trade Show of the Saskatchewan Soil Conservtion Association, Feb. 14 & 15, 2001, Saskatoon, SK
2001 Direct Seeding Conference:
"Managing Risk in Difficult Times"

Families And Farming: New Perspective, New Vision - David Irvine, Cochrane, AB

"State of the Union" Address - Don Horsman, Director, Saskatchewan Soil Conservation Association, Fort Qu'Appelle, SK

Riding the Wave of Direct Seeding - Garry Meier, Producer, Ridgedale, SK

Spoke Sites: Research for You in Your Own Backyard - Dr. Guy Lafond, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Indian Head, SK

Retrofitting Equipment for Successful Direct Seeding - Bob Linnell, Soil Conservation Agrologist, Saskatchewan Soil Conservation Association, Weyburn, SK

Beginning Direct Seeding: Fertilizer Placement Option - Tom Jensen, Agrium, Calgary, AB

Micronutrients and Direct Seeding - Dr. Rigas Karamanos, Westco Fertilizers, Calgary, AB

Remote Sensing in a Direct Seeding System - Dr. Paul Bullock, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB

Economics of Rotations - Garry Martens, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB

Weed Management with Precision Farming - Dr. Linda Hall, Alberta Agriculture, Food and Rural Development, Edmonton, AB

The Relationship Between Coverage and Efficacy with Selected Low-Drift Sprays - Dr. Tom Wolf, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Saskatoon, SK

Challenges and Opportunities of Including Agricultural Soil Sinks in the Kyoto Protocol - Dr. Wayne Lindwall, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Swift Current, SK

Prairie Soil Carbon Balance Project - Garry Mayerle, Soil Conservation Agrologist, Saskatchewan Soil Conservation Association, Tisdale, SK

Improved Carbon Status and Soil Quality on the Farm - Jim Halford, Producer, Indian Head, SK

Agricultural Time Warp! Preparing Yourself for the Possibilities? - Brent Van Koughnet, Agri-Skills, Carmen, MB