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September 24, 2019

Fall means sampling for soybean cyst nematode

Ontario growers are encouraged to sample for soybean cyst nematode at or after soybean harvest to evaluate the effectiveness of their disease management program.

Province invests more than $6.5M in northern Ontario agriculture

The Ontario government will invest more than $6.5 million in 20 agriculture projects across northern Ontario. The projects range from training new farmers to installing tile drainage on farmland.

Cost-share funding available for companies boosting Ontario grains

Organizations with projects or programs that use Ontario grains are eligible for up to $50,000 in funding through the Grain Farmers of Ontario’s 2020 Grains Innovation Fund.
Inputs: The Podcast by Top Crop Manager 
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Post-harvest best practices

With harvest underway, the performance of this year's crop will set the stage for what's required next year. Robert Mullen, director of agronomy sales for Nutrien, joins us on this episode of Inputs: the podcast by Top Crop Manager, to discuss post-harvest best practices, from soil sampling to nutrient management.

This podcast episode is sponsored by: eKonomics. » Listen here
Featured News 
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Getting the most from soil sampling

Many farmers could’ve abandoned soil testing because of past frustrations of perceived variability with soil analytical results and huge inconsistencies in fertilizer recommendations. But not assessing nutrients and soil quality of fields is a missed opportunity. Variability can be reduced by ensuring fields are soil sampled properly, samples are handled correctly and analyzed by an accredited soil testing laboratory. » Learn more
Feature 2

Improving water stress tolerance in soybeans

Having soybean varieties that could tolerate both flooding stress and drought stress would be a real advantage. The University of Manitoba’s plant science department is leading some research that might eventually lead to such varieties. The research focuses on plant proteins called phytoglobins, and is finding they make a difference. » Learn more
Sponsored Spotlight 
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Enlist E3™ Soybeans - Now available for 2020 planting

Introducing Enlist E3™ soybeans, a more advanced seed with high yield potential and a robust herbicide tolerance. Spray it with Enlist Duo™, part of the Enlist™ weed control system, for a better low drift, near-zero volatility solution.

Here’s what you need to know:
  • Enlist E3 soybeans are available in high yielding genetics with agronomic traits
  • Enlist E3 soybeans provide robust herbicide tolerance to 2, 4-D, glyphosate and glufosinate
  • A multi-mode of action program approach is recommended to maximize weed control
  • Enlist Duo herbicide can be used in Enlist E3 soybeans with confidence as a pre-emergent or post-emergent herbicide
  • Enlist Duo with Colex-D™ technology reduces volatility and potential for drift to non-target plants

Enlist™ E3 soybeans available for 2020 planting. Talk to your local seed supplier. Learn more at

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A new choice for soybean growers

The new Enlist weed control system, which includes Enlist E3 soybeans, is an option for growers who need to tackle glyphosate-resistant weeds and other difficult weeds in their soybean crops. » Read more about fighting glyphosate-resistant weeds