To keep the farmlands flourishing in the summer months near the town of Rockglen, Southern Saskatchewan in Canada, farmers must spend many hours spraying their crops. This farmer has a modernized tractor to spray his crops, making his daily chores more efficient.
Crop spraying has become an issue for farmers over the years as the toxic pesticides used in today's times have made scientists believe they could be extremely harmful. Most farmers near Rockglen in Southern Saskatchewan are aware of these accusations and pay close attention to what they use when spraying their crops.
Located in Burning Hills in Wood Mountain Uplands in Southern Saskatchewan, Canada, many of the farming community relies on agriculture as a source of income. Rockglen has a school, a community hall, a library and five parks which are used by the residents of this farming community of approximately 400 people.... continue below the picture...
Rockglen, Southern Saskatchewan, Canada.