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Save the Date...July 8th, 2021

Save the date...November 22-24, 2021 at the Cambridge Hotel & Convention Centre in Red Deer.

"If you are a producer concerned about having the cash flow required to plant your crop, or you are a food processor feeling the impact of a lost sale due to the financial downturn, FCC is here to support you in these uncertain economic times,"

For Immediate Release May 1,2019. Advance Payments Program Update...

Find the latest update from United Potato Growers of Canada

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Wednesday, December 2, 2020

A commitment of $21.3 million in research investment in the edible horticulture sector over the period 2018 to 2023 was possible through the AgriScience Program Cluster 3 component. This investment included...

The PGA has recently partnered with Food Bank Fresh Alberta to help end food insecurity in our province. Read more...

Know the signs of Late Blight on your potatoes and tomatoes

A new study will dig deep into the soil to determine how watering and irrigation methods affect southern Alberta's potato crops.

News Release - March 15, 2019. The Alberta Irrigation Districts Association today announced the release of the Irrigation District Water Quality data tool, which provides online access to water quality information.

New MELT deadline to apply before Nov. 30, 2020,..and testing before March 1, 2021