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Ag in the Classroom program implemented in N.B.

More New Brunswick students are digging into agriculture this year thanks to the launch of the new Agriculture in the Classroom program.

Ellis Seeds: Handing down the farm, one morning coffee chat at a time

The Ellis family of Wawanesa, Man., prove the key to farm succession success is great communication.

Do you manage herbicide resistant weeds in a unique way?

We want to hear from you! Top Crop Manager is seeking farmers in Western Canada with experience managing herbicide resistant weeds. You could appear on our famer panel at the Herbicide-Resistance Summit! Contact us:
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    Product Spotlight: DEKALB® Corn - DKC48-56RIB

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    Benefits of a Timely Corn Harvest

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    Fusarium-fighting bacteria

    When it comes to fighting Fusarium graminearum, our crops may soon have some new tiny but powerful allies. Research by Manish Raizada at the University of Guelph is providing the foundation for commercializing some anti-Fusarium bacteria as biocontrol products. » Read more
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    Minimizing harvest losses under wet conditions

    Successful farmers expect the unexpected and know planning in advance for adverse conditions can make a huge difference in ultimate crop returns. With excessively wet weather the reality throughout much of the season for many Ontario producers, at least some growers are already asking how they might minimize moisture-induced harvest losses if the wet weather continues. » Read more

    Agricultural Excellence Conference

    November 21-23
    Location: Ottawa, Ont.
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    Forage Focus Conference 2017

    December 12-13
    Location: Shakespeare, Ont.
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