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Ontario partners with the University of Guelph to drive economic prosperity

Ontario has entered into a new agreement with the University of Guelph for up to 10 years that will support the growth and competitiveness of Ontario’s agri-food sector, create jobs and further solidify the province’s position as a global leader in agri-food education, research and innovation.

Herbicides alone won’t beat weeds

As weeds resist more herbicides, it will take more than spraying to control weeds in coming years.

Government of Canada supports new tool to promote tile drainage

The Government of Canada is committed to working with the sector to explore and develop new risk management tools that meet the needs of Canadian farmers.
Feature Articles 
Feature 1

Last chance to attend the 2018 Summit!

Time is running out—get your tickets before they’re gone! Now is your last chance to join Top Crop Manager on February 27th and 28th at the 2018 Herbicide Resistance Summit in Saskatoon. Don’t forget - the summit has been approved for 5 CCA-CEUs and 7.5 CCSC-CEUS. Register now! » Read more...
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Cultural controls not a viable option for weed control in soybeans

In 2013, two University of Guelph weed scientists began collaborating on alternatives to herbicides for weed control. The study began after the Environmental Commissioner of Ontario’s office released a report looking at herbicide resistance. It concluded farmers were relying too much on herbicides. Instead, the report said, alternative cultural methods exist, they could save the day and should be promoted. » 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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