Industry players and academic institutions are building skills to take on the revolution.

Join us in Saskatoon, Feb. 11–13, 2020 for the 25th anniversary of the CAAR Conference, an event that will be equal parts celebration and education.

If you are hosting an important meeting or an outing with your team, try one of these popular spots in downtown Saskatoon, just steps from the CAAR Conference host hotel.

Is increased public scrutiny and pressure from export markets threatening the future of glyphosate?

CAAR helped set the course for a domestic pesticide use policy that balances innovation and market access.

Agronomists are putting sound agronomic advice to paper.

New regulations increase the frequency of live emergency simulations.

Agronomists can help customers make crucial decisions to preserve blackleg resistance.

The Communicator asked three industry experts for their take on industry ramifications of the current state of tariff and non-tariff trade barriers.

In April of 1997 a young writer, fresh out of college, started on the first phase of his career at a publisher working on ag magazines. That writer was me, and the first magazine I was assigned to work on was The Communicator. Things have changed a lot since then.

What many unfamiliar with Canadian agriculture production fail to recognize is the scope of annual purchases farmers undertake to grow major crops. These purchases significantly contribute to the regional, provincial and national economies of Canada.