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GOC supports Canadian Centre for Agricultural Wellbeing

The government's investment will help the Canadian Centre for Agricultural Wellbeing spread awareness of and multiply the mental health resources available to the agricultural community.

Canada and B.C. reach Sustainable CAP agreement

B.C. farmers and food processors will receive increased food security support over the next five years through a new agreement between the governments of Canada and British Columbia.

IWCA 2023 nominations now open!

Nominate an outstanding woman in Canadian ag before March 31. Since 2020, we’ve celebrated the achievements of women in Canada’s agriculture industry through the program.


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Getting to the root of plant parasitic nematodes

Sometimes plants grow poorly. When the cause is belowground, the issue can seem like a mystery. Preliminary sampling has revealed a high population density of plant parasitic nematodes in horticultural crops. Nova Scotia has launched a three-year project to examine these nematodes to provide producers with updated management practices for the region. » Read More...

Podcast: Biological basics with Rose Buitenhuis

Buitenhuis, senior research scientist, biological control, at Vineland Research and Innovation Centre in Vineland, Ont., joins editor Alex Barnard to break down what biologicals are and discuss some of the research being conducted at Vineland on biological controls, as well as what to know or consider when using a biological product. » Read More...

Fruit and Vegetable Phytochemicals: Chemistry, Nutritional Value and Stability

Fruit and Vegetable Phytochemicals: Chemistry, Nutritional Value and Stability provides scientists in the areas of food technology and nutrition with accessible and up-to-date information about the chemical nature, classification and analysis of the main phytochemicals present in fruits and vegetables – polyphenols and carotenoids. Special care is taken to analyze the health benefits of these compounds, their interaction with fiber, antioxidant and other biological activities, as well as the degradation processes that occur after harvest and minimal processing.

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