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FV Buyers Guide 2022

CFA debate provides ag-centric platform highlights

On Sept. 9, the Canadian Federation of Agriculture hosted the National Agriculture Leaders Debate with representatives from four of the national parties ahead of the federal election.

FCC: Farm equipment outlook strong, inventory tight

Four trends affecting farm equipment that the FCC recommends monitoring in 2022 are supply chain disruptions, the Canadian dollar exchange rate, interest rates, and farm revenues.

Vineland and Bioenterprise partner for ag innovation support services

Bioenterprise and Vineland have signed a memorandum of understanding to collaborate on delivering innovation support services to entrepreneurs, start-ups and horticulture businesses across the country.
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Featured News 

MM: Nothing beets manure

Sugarbeet growers in Minnesota and North Dakota hope new research into liquid manure application will net them a sweet return. Professor Melissa Wilson, a manure management specialist at the University of Minnesota Extension, is leading a four-year project in which liquid dairy manure is applied to sugarbeet, corn and soybean crops at a pair of test sites in Minnesota. » Read more...

OMAFRA: Scouting for MALB and earwigs in vineyards at harvest

Grape growers are advised to keep an eye out for multi-coloured Asian lady beetle. The abundance of aphids in vineyards is attracting their insect predators, and while MALB and earwigs feeding on aphids would usually be beneficial, the chemicals these two insects secrete to deter predators or when crushed have a detrimental effect on grapes and wine. » Read more...