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Quebec company to develop sensors for irrigation management

Investments in innovative sensors and web-based platforms for better irrigation and crop management could help yield more crops while reducing the amount of pesticide used.

New online farm business self-assessment tool

Farm Management Canada, the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, and the PEI Department of Agriculture and Fisheries are pleased to announce the recent launch of the Growing Your Farm Profits: Planning for Business Success Online Farm Business Self-Assessment Tool.

Sky-high scouting zeros in on crop stressors

What started as a move back to the Ontario family farm for Norm Lamothe turned into a big move forward in crop scouting technology for Canadian farmers.
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Summit features sprayer specialist Tom Wolf

Interested in managing herbicide resistance with sprayer application technology? Join Top Crop Manager on February 28th at the 2018 Herbicide Resistance Summit in Saskatoon to hear Tom Wolf discuss new research that documents spray deposit uniformity and how it can help you manage herbicide resistance on your farm. Register before we’re sold out! » Read more...
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What can we learn from the loss of glyphosate?

Glyphosate resistance has caused an increase of about $40 to $50 per acre in our weed control systems. Those herbicide costs are directly driven as a result of the resistance issues that we’re dealing with: reduced harvest efficiency, complete crop loss, loss of the family farm and compromised conservation tillage. » Read more...

2018 Herbicide Resistance Summit

February 27-28
Saskatoon, Sask.
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London Farm Show

March 7-9
London, Ont.
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