Registration for Fall and Winter terms opens July 21.
Before you can register yourself, you have to complete the appropriate registration approval form - attached.
Please return the signed form to me and I'll remove the hold that prevents you from registering without having your courses approved.
If your progress report was submitted after June 1 you will likely still have a progress report hold on your record that will also prevent you from registering. You'll have to keep checking for this hold to be removed.
Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.
Martha Blouw, Academic Advisor
Department of Plant Science │ Department of Soil Science
226 Agriculture Building
University of Manitoba │Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, R3T 2N2
From: Martin Entz <M.Entz(a)umanitoba.ca>
Sent: Thursday, July 7, 2022 7:31 AM
To: Martha Blouw <Martha.Blouw(a)umanitoba.ca>
Subject: Please send to all PS and SS grad students
Dear Grad students,
Thanks to those Soil and Plant Science students who participated in the twilight tour on July 5. This was the first field tour at Glenlea since the Pandemic! For those who were unable to attend, here is a summary of some of the study highlights. Just paste this link into your browser. You can also visit https://umanitoba.ca/agricultural-food-sciences/long-term-agronomic-studies…
This second link provides a map of the study, should you want to visit it on your own - as a self guided tour. You are very welcome.
Self-guided tour map
Martin Entz, PhD, FCSA
Professor of Cropping Systems and Natural Systems Agriculture
Department of Plant Science
University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada
R3T 2N2. Ph 204 474-6077
I invite you to learn about our Glenlea long -term study. Here is our 2021 video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3O6WoKeNmBk&t=9s
Forwarded on behalf of Dr. Entz:
Presented by FACULTY OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD SCIENCES
2022 JULY TWILIGHT FIELD TOUR
modified due to wet conditions
TUESDAY, JULY 5, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Glenlea Research Station (20 km south of the U of M on Hwy 75)
Due to wet field conditions, we have had to limit the sites being toured. Please wear rubber boots and bring your bug spray!
Join us for a walk through research fields located at the Glenlea Reseach Station and learn about:
Organic Long Term Rotation Study - the oldest organic field crop study in Canada. The site yields findings that help organic farming become more productive and sustainable. Visitors will also have the opportunity to see the latest in alternative farming equipment such as a camera-guided 3pt hitch inter-row cultivator, blade roller, rotative harrow and other equipment unique to organic grain production
Visitors should drive onto the access road on the west side of Highway 75 (at Research Station Road) and follow the signs.