CAAR invites its Manitoba members to join Fertilizer Canada and Double Diamond Farm Supply to see the 4R principles in action and learn about integrating 4R into the Manitoba environment at the 4R Manitoba Summer Field Tour on Tuesday, July 30. Read more for tour details and how to RSVP. 

Date: Tuesday, July 30th 9 am – 12 pm. 

Location: Canada-Manitoba Crop Diversification Centre
Box 160, NE, Corner of Hwy #1 & #5,
Carberry, MB, R0K 0H0

Lunch and transportation Provided. 

  • Soil Health in a Changing Climate, investigating the soil health trade-offs between tillage systems and rotations with a shifting climate.
  • Weather + hydrology + fertilization connected to water quality
  • 4R Nutrient Management involving P
  • Evaluating N rates on wheat varieties with the objective of understanding N needs on today's wheat genetics

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