Posted  10 Dec, 2019 
In: News

SaskOrganics surveyed its members to learn basic information about organic producers in Saskatchewan and their research needs in order to enhance their organic production. The Saskatchewan Provincial Organic Agriculture Research Priorities Report  describes the most pressing research needs from organic producers’ perspective and makes recommendations regarding the future research focus in organic production.Dunling Wang  PhD PAg, Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture’s Alternative Cropping Systems Specialist and Chair of the SaskOrganics’ Research Committee said “the survey was a very successful joint venture between SaskOrganics and the Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture.  Close to twenty per cent (20%) of the organic producers in the province participated in the survey demonstrating their support for the initiative.”

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