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More wheat, barley and oats in 2019; less canola, grain and soybeans

Canadian farmers reported producing more wheat, barley and oats in 2019, while canola, corn for grain and soybean production were all down from a year earlier.

OMAFRA corn seasonal summary 2019

OMAFRA’s field crop team provides a summary of the province’s corn season including, planting, early season, pollination and grain fill, and harvest.

Canadians, farming, food: medium interest, but far less knowledge

The Canadian Centre for Food Integrity’s annual survey revealed a vast majority of Canadians knew little to nothing about agriculture and farming practices, but would like to know more.
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Forewarned is forearmed: SCN in Manitoba

Careful surveying has determined that soybean cyst nematode has now arrived in Manitoba and is present at very low levels in some isolated fields. The early detection presents an opportunity to slow the pest’s spread. Ontario's Albert Tenuta and his group are developing improved molecular methods to identify and quantify SCN levels in soil samples. » Learn more

Improving herbicide performance

Cultural weed management is an important part of weed control, even when using herbicides. The idea behind cultural weed management is increasing crop competitiveness to help the crop compete with weeds for resources like nutrients, water and sunlight. This article looks at several methods that can help crops compete such as seeding and stand establishment, fertilizer placement, intercropping and cover crops. » Learn more

Southwest Ag Conference

Jan. 7-8
Ridgetown, Ont.
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