With the 2017 growing season fast approaching many prairie producers are looking to gain an edge and surpass their 2016 yields. The number of new products on the market can be overwhelming to many producers. Our Prairie Distributor, Top Krop Fertilizers Inc, has organized numerous information sessions to provide the scientific and agronomic benefits of our company’s product offerings.
With hundreds of exhibitors, the Golf Industry Show is an excellent opportunity to network and build awareness for humic acid's applications in turfgrass. The show lasts February 4th until the 9th featuring world class speaker series and educational seminars targeted to golf course superintendents, course owners and technicians.
FarmTech is Canada’s premier crop production and farm management conference. Dates are January 31st to February 2nd at the Northlands EXPO Centre in Edmonton. The event is hosted by Alberta Barley, Alberta Canola Producers Commission, Alberta Pulse Growers, Alberta Seed Growers Association and the Alberta Wheat Commission. The show features more than 50 sessions featuring a world class lineup of speakers providing delegates with everything from global knowledge to local perspectives.
As one of the largest Western Canadian agricultural exhibitions, The Manitoba Ag Days show is a key event to introduce innovative product solutions to one of the main agricultural production hubs in Canada. The show draws 20,000 daily visitors to the Keystone Center in Brandon, Manitoba. Attendees include a diverse selection of industry leading growers, product manufacturers, trade organizations, and suppliers.
Every living creature needs and loves water. No water equals no life, at least on this planet! In fact, humans are made of about 65% water, water covers about 71% of the Earth, and if you stopped drinking water, you will be 100% dead within days. Water is integral to our survival as a species, as well as all other carbon based life. You need water before you need food. You need water before you need shelter. The world needs water, and it seems to be disappearing before our eyes.