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Quebec farmers testing quinoa

Several regions of Quebec will start planting Quinta Quinoa, a Canadian-developed, high-nutrient, high-protein variety of quinoa, after its success in Ontario.

Sulphur deficiency incidents increase in Ontario

Sulphur deficiencies have become more frequent. What does this mean for your crops? The latest Ontario Field Crop report has recommendations.

Monitoring for cabbage seedpod weevil in spring canola

Cabbage seedpod weevils (CSW) are being found in spring canola, and the key to protecting your crop yield is to prevent adult CSW from laying eggs in newly formed pods.
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Evolution of resistance to Group 14 herbicides

“Why do we care about these compounds? When they work, they work really, really well.” Franck Dayan, professor at Colorado State University, takes a closer look at Group 14 herbicides, their evolution and management strategies from Arkansas. » Read more

BMPs pay dividends at corn harvest

Though statistics prove corn is key to Ontario’s agriculture sector, producers are not yet capturing the crop’s per-acre potential. Every corn grower should brush up on their pre-harvest and harvest-time best management practices in order to get the most from their crop. » Read more

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