NBSCIA

Enhancing Soil & Crop
Sustainability in New Brunswick

New Brunswick Soil & Crop Improvement Association

The soil and crop movement in New Brunswick began in 1977 through the formation of several local associations. The number of locals grew, and a provincial board comprised of two directors from each local was established -- New Brunswick Soil and Crop Improvement Association.

We have eight active locals: Northeast (CCNE), Northshore (Bathurst), Moncton, Chignecto (Sackville), Kings County, Central (Fredericton), Northwest (Edmundston) and Carleton County. Directors at both the local and provincial levels are volunteers. Annual membership fees are set by the provincial board with a portion remitted to the locals.

Updates

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Winter wheat plots are looking great this spring with most plots have 95% or better winter survival! Shout out to Dave and Andrew for completing the survival ratings this week!Image attachment

Winter wheat plots are looking great this spring with most plots have 95% or better winter survival! Shout out to Dave and Andrew for completing the survival ratings this week! ... See MoreSee Less

Posted on April 30th, 12:43 pm

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Posted on April 7th, 10:00 am
Reminder that our AGM is this afternoon! Live interpretation will be available! 
Rappelons que notre AGA est cet après-midi! Linterprétation en direct sera disponible!Image attachment

Reminder that our AGM is this afternoon! Live interpretation will be available!
Rappelons que notre AGA est cet après-midi! L'interprétation en direct sera disponible!
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Posted on March 30th, 10:36 am

Services We Provide

GPS Mapping

Aerial Photo Field Maps

Soil Sampling and Interpretation

Intensive Crop Management

Environmental Farm Plans

Crop Scouting

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2019 Farm of the Year

Verger Belliveau Orchard was crowned the 2019 Farm of the Year with the NBSCIA. They earned the award by utilizing the best practices and methods in agriculture.

Congratulations!

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