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APAS meeting in Regina covers carbon tax and field pests

Discussion on carbon taxes and preventing the spread of field pests were issues raised at the APAS annual meeting in Regina.
Vice president Ian Boxall said delegates approved resolutions calling for farmers to be credited for farming practices which put carbon back in the soil.
He adds there was also concern about the spread of clubroot in canola fields.
Over 100 farmers attended the annual APAS meeting, which concluded Thursday in Regina.
Source : CKRM