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Jamie Quai crowned 2016 Grape King

Farm Credit Canada, the Grape Growers of Ontario and the Niagara Grape and Wine Festival are pleased to announce that Jamie Quai of Quai du Vin Estate Winery in St. Thomas, Ont., is the 2016 Grape King. >> Read full article

Ontario offering production insurance to tender fruit growers

Ontario is offering production insurance to tender fruit growers who lose their trees so they can feel confident in growing their businesses while managing risks inherent to farming. Tender fruit trees now eligible for coverage include pear, plum, sweet and sour cherry, peach and nectarine. >> Read full article

Fatal attraction to control wireworms in potatoes

Wireworm damage cost Price Edward Island potato growers around $6 million in 2014. Decades ago, the click beetle larvae were successfully controlled with chlorinated hydrocarbon insecticides. >> Read full article

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Ont berry growers seek new organization

Ontario’s two berry grower organizations are proposing to join forces and create one new organization.

The Ontario Berry Growers’ Association and the Ontario Highbush Blueberry Growers’ Association have received agreement from the Ontario Farm Products Marketing Commission (OFPMC) for conducting an expression of opinion vote among all eligible growers of blueberries, raspberries and strawberries in Ontario. Berry Growers of Ontario is the new name proposed. >> Learn More…

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Oct. 3-4, 2016
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Traceability Symposium 2016: Bridging the Gaps

Nov. 2, 2016
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