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Glyphosate label updates coming

Health Canada has published the final re-evaluation decision on glyphosate and determined that when used according to the label, products containing glyphosate are not a concern to human health and the environment. Based on this, Health Canada will require updates to product labels.

University of Guelph funded for studies in emissions

University of Guelph researchers received more than $2.2 million in funding for three projects headed by professors with the Ontario Agricultural College to develop creative ways to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions.

4-H leaders of the year chosen

The awards, which recognize the significant and pivotal role volunteer leaders play in the 4-H program, is driven by nominations from 4-H members who want to share the positive impact their 4-H leaders have had on them and their communities.
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Untapped opportunities in northern Ontario

Urban sprawl has some Ontario farmers, agricultural organizations and even politicians looking to the north as the future for agriculture in the province. It is, after all, where producers can find cheaper land – typically priced between $1,000 and $1,500 per acre – and lots of it. » Read more...

The science behind weather-based disease forecasting

If “technology transfer tool” can be defined as a way to get information into the hands of as many people as possible, weather-based disease forecasting models are the perfect example of how this works in practice. In Quebec, agricultural management tools exist that offer real-time climate information tailored to crop and region, helping producers make informed spraying decisions. » Read more...

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July 11-14
Location: Ottawa
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