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Predicting Canada’s 2020 corn yield potential

Using long-term linear yield data to predict Canadian average corn yields for 2020 provides a useful guideline, but, as 2019 demonstrated, should be taken with a grain of salt.

OMAFRA AgriSuite tools continue to roll out

AgriSuite offers a variety of free tools to use in managing your fields and crops.

OMAFRA hiring field research assistant summer student

Students interested in a career in field crop production, research or the agricultural service sector are encouraged to apply.
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Scoping out soybean disease in Ontario

In 2018, Owen Wally was in the midst of a project with the goal of providing up-to-date information on soybean disease distribution and assessing disease risk levels for the province’s growing areas. How do you begin to address Phytophthora root rot and sudden death syndrome? » Learn more

Preventing phosphorus losses over the winter

Phosphorus is essential for plant growth. Crop root growth is most prolific in soils enriched with phosphorus, but too much of a good thing can have negative environmental impacts. To ensure the phosphorus you apply to your fields isn’t lost to nutrient runoff, Christine Brown of OMAFRA has some tips for best management practices. » Learn more