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Ontario’s 2020 soybean seasonal summary posted

One highlight is the yields and quality of soybeans harvested. OMAFRA anticipates the overall provincial average yields will be record-setting. Several growers achieved more than 80 bushels per acre.

CP sets new company bests for grain transport

Canadian Pacific (CP) recently announced they moved 31.32 million metric tonnes (MMT) of Canadian grain and grain products in 2020 – more than any prior calendar year in its history.

MNP partners with AGvisorPRO

The AGvisorPRO connectivity channel – a network of agricultural manufacturers, suppliers and retailers that provide free support to farmers and agri-businesses – now includes access to MNP advisors.
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A new forecasting tool for Sclerotinia risk

Sclerotinia stem rot is a highly unpredictable and weather-dependent disease. A collaborative research project led by Weather INnovations Consulting (WIN) was initiated to develop reliable Sclerotinia stem rot risk and canola growth stage forecasting models. Once developed, these models will provide canola growers with decision support to apply or forgo fungicide application. » Learn more
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Understanding peaola

Peaola – intercropping a mixture of pea and canola – is on the radar of more farmers. While some are making that change, the need to clean peaola production at harvest creates a bottleneck that can slow harvest progress. Scott Chalmers, diversification specialist with the Westman Agricultural Diversification Organization, is building on his decade of research to further refine peaola production. » Learn more
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