Welcome to the Prairie Soils and Crops eJournal
Producers are inundated daily with information from a wide range of topics and often this information is contradictory. This, in turn, makes decision-making more difficult for producers since additional effort is required to separate good information from bad. To help address some of these concerns, the Saskatchewan Soil Conservation Association (SSCA) developed a web-based technology transfer publication.
The main objective of this new e-publication is to provide producers with high quality, unbiased information on soil and crop management for the Canadian prairies. Prairie agricultural researchers and various other experts are invited to write articles on various topics and to provide an unbiased scientific opinion on a range of topics.
Prairie Soils and Crops: Scientific Perspectives for Innovative Management is a "peer reviewed" e-Journal that provides agronomists, producers, agrologists and certified crop advisers with current perspectives on various issues pertaining to soil and crop management on the Prairies.
New volumes of this e-Journal are published annually.
Journal articles are freely available. No subscription is required. We encourage users to register for e-mail alerts so they can be notified when new articles or other pertinent information are made available. You can find the form at the bottom of every page.
To view the articles, simply click on the Journal Articles link and you will be directed to the various issues and articles published to date.
We are also working closely with the Prairie Certified Crop Adviser Board to provide Continuing Education Credits (CEUs) to their Certified Crop Advisers. Click on the CCA Information link for more information.
Published in Canada ISSN 1916-7091
Financial support for this project has been provided by the Agriculture Council of Saskatchewan through the Advancing Canadian Agriculture and Agri-Food Saskatchewan (ACAAFS) program. Funding for the ACAAFS program is provided by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. The Saskatchewan Soil Conservation Association (SSCA) has also provided in-kind and financial support for this project.