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In 2019, the PEI Department of Agriculture’s (PEIDA) Sustainable Agriculture Section initiated a manure sampling project on multiple farms across PEI. The sampling project included four commodities: dairy, beef, swine, and poultry, with the goal to develop provincial averages for manure nutrient...
The PEI Department of Agriculture and Land began a long term soil quality monitoring project in 1998 to routinely assess and monitor fluctuations in soil quality and soil nutrient levels within agricultural land on PEI. This report is to serve as an updated version of the 2012 and 2020 report and...
PEI Fresh Products Directory is an online guide to connect growers, producers, processors, chefs, restaurants, tourism operators and other culinary industry stakeholders.
The following fact sheet was developed to assist producers in decision making by providing information on the short term toxicity hazard of pesticides to freshwater fish, birds, and bees.
2023 Growing Season Pesticide Field Log Record Book
The Sustainable Agriculture section has developed a Manure Nutrient Availability Calculator to help estimate the amount of nutrients that will become available to the crop after manure application. For more information, please contact the Nutrient Management Specialist at (902) 316-1600 or email...
This document outlines a Cattle Disease Emergency Response Plan that could be enacted immediately following suspicion of a disease. A cattle working group comprised of industry and government representatives has used PEI (swine and poultry) and Nova Scotia response plans as a model, modifying,...
This document outlines a poultry disease emergency response plan that could be enacted immediately following identification of a suspected Foreign Animal Disease (FAD). If you suspect a poultry FAD please contact the Provincial Veterinarian during regular business hours are 902-370-4923 or 902-368...
This document outlines a Swine Disease Emergency Response Plan that could be enacted immediately following suspicion of a disease