2015 Feature Event
Date: Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Location: Hall A, Prairieland Park Trade & Convention Centre
Price: $50.00 per person, plus GST & Service Charge
Pre-registration is required
Precision Agriculture is continually advancing technologies and tools to help the producer get more bushels from the same land unit with the same or less inputs. On Wednesday January 14, join us in an exploration of – a Precision Agriculture clinic focusing on research on applications of these technologies and tools.
Presentations from leading researchers: Tom Wolf, will provide you with an overview of weather conditions as they relate to spray drift and efficacy. Dr. Olga Walsh, University of Idaho, will speak on Crop Sensors for Precision Agriculture.
Dr. Jeff Schoenau, Professor and Ministry of Agriculture Strategic Research Chair in Soil Science, University of Saskatchewan. Developing variable rate prescriptions.
Derek Rude A.Sc.T., Project Manager, PAMI will discuss how big a role the harvesting operation plays in Precision Agriculture. Lee Moats, a farmer near Riceton, Saskatchewan will speak on his experience using Greenseeker Technology.
Western Canadian Crop Production Show “Growing with you.”
The Western Canadian Crop Production Show has become Western Canada's premier grain industry showcase by presenting information to producers on the latest technology, services, and products including:
- Crop Production practices and products
- Field Equipment
- Crop inputs and application
- Commodity marketing
- Seed bed preparation
- Seed & Soil information
- Straw & chaff management
- Grain handling, processing, storage & transportation
- Harvest technology
- Farm Financing & Real Estate
Criteria for exhibiting at the show is very focused, leading to an event specifically geared toward the grain industry. Maintaining this focus over the years has been a challenge, but the rewards have made it worthwhile. Today, the only exhibits you will find at the Western Canadian Crop Production Show are those directly related to crop production. Our show visitors have come to appreciate this approach, and more than 95 percent of the people who walk through our doors are directly involved in grain production.
Upcoming WCCPS Dates
Jan 11-14, 2016
Jan 9-12, 2017
Jan 8-11, 2018
Jan 14-17, 2019
Jan 13-16, 2020
Special Meeting & Events
For more information:Saskatoon Prairieland Park Corporation
Box 6010, Saskatoon, SK S7K 4E4
Phone: (306) 931-7149
Toll Free: 1-888-931-9333
Fax: (306) 931-7886
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