Hi everyone, and Happy Easter to all who celebrate! It’s been three sunny and relatively warm days in a row in PEI, and land is starting to dry up.  Growers are getting geared up receive seed, fine tune machinery, and get necessary inputs lined up and...

Hi everyone, After much of the Island got snow (and a significant amount in the east), a couple of days of sun and plus temperatures is dealing with that white stuff pretty quickly.  The long range forecast looks decidedly more spring-like…thankfully. I want to thank everyone who...

Hi everyone….Happy St. Patrick’s Day to all those with Irish ancestry (like me) or who choose to celebrate anyway! We’re still in “meeting season,” although it’s a bit modified this year still due to COVID.  See below for details on two events in the next two...

Please see this invite to AIM Local Workshops next week on Feb 28th and Mar 1st. Our speaker will be Harold Perry of Perry Farms in Alberta, an innovator and early-adopter in terms of reduced tillage, compaction mitigation, improving soil health, and much more.  Should be...

Hi everyone, Lots of up and down, wet and wild weather in PEI this week.  Stay safe on the roads, everyone! I’m excited to share details on our first (and likely only) AIM Winter Workshop of 2022 (see below).  I hope that many of you can make...

Good afternoon everyone, A few updates to pass along before the end of the week.   Fall Hilling:  An Option for PEI Growers? I’ve completed a factsheet (PDF) that summarizes what we’ve found as part of AIM trials in ten fields over four years when comparing hilling/ridging in the...