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Ontario soybeans stressed by dry conditions

Dry conditions across Ontario have amplified moisture stress, nutrient deficiency symptoms, insect feed and disease symptoms in soybeans, according to OMAFRA's latest field crop report.

Y We Farm video competition opens

If you could tell a consumer one thing, what would it be? Farm Management Canada's Y We Farm video competition is asking young farmers to answer this question in a one-minute video to win a trip to the upcoming Agricultural Excellence Conference in Winnipeg.

MacAulay announces $6.3 million to keep Canadian crop farmers on the cutting edge

Lawrence MacAulay announced an investment of up to $6.3 million in funding to the Western Grains Foundation for a five-year Integrated Crop Agronomy cluster that will focus on agronomy research into multi-crop and integrated crop production.
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Shedding Light

Shedding light on an enigmatic pathogen

The impacts of clubroot on canola cultivars are usually pretty obvious, but less is known about the pathogen itself. A team of researchers, mostly from Western Canada, are generating insights that will lay a base for future advances in clubroot management. » Read more
Green Seed

Crushing the green seed problem in canola

Green seed in canola is a downgrading factor that causes more than $150 million in losses annually. Researchers at the University of Calgary hope to help reduce those losses with the identification of a gene that helps the de-greening process. » Read more

Ag in Motion

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Melita and Arborg, Man.
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Manitoba crops-a-PALOOZA

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Portage la Prairie, Man.
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