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October 22, 2019

Ontario producers look for options to market immature or frost damaged corn

Alternative harvest and feeding options for livestock should not be overlooked as a solution for Ontario’s late corn crop.

New soil health testing service for P.E.I. farmers

A new soil health test is available to P.E.I. farmers to measure soil quality and provide additional tools to assist them in understanding soil health.

Applications open for Partnership funding for environmental stewardship projects

Beginning in November, Ontario agribusinesses can apply for cost-share funding under the Canadian Agricultural Partnership for projects to boost innovation and environmental stewardship.
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Restoring perennial plant communities

A researcher at Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada’s Swift Current Research and Development Centre in Saskatchewan says some of Canada’s native plant species are at risk of dying out – but these species have a lot to offer plant breeders and farmers in Canada. » Learn more
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Supporting stewardship in Ontario

The Canadian Agricultural Partnership program is once again supporting Ontario farmers looking to enhance environmental stewardship on the farm. Producers can see up to 50 per cent matching through the Partnership program, allowing producers to implement initiatives that boost the long-term sustainability of their farm. » Learn more
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Optimizing fall fertilizer applications

What crops benefit from a fall fertilizer application, and when, where, and how should you approach it? Robert Mullen, director of agronomy sales for Nutrien, joins us on this episode of Inputs, to share some best practices. » Listen Here