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OMAFRA shares Ontario forage performance report

Christine O’Reilly, OMAFRA forage and grazing specialist, discusses the effects of the mild winter and early spring start, temperature and weather information from the past three years, and fertilizer applications.

StatsCan launches 2021 Census of Agriculture

Census of Agriculture data provides Canadians with critical and accurate statistical information to manage federal and provincial government expenditures in support of the agriculture sector.

Respondents requested for Survey of Farmer Mental Health in Canada

The goal of the survey is to investigate the relationships between stress and resilience, and to gather important, confidential information about the mental health of farmers in Canada.
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Managing Phytophthora root rot in soybean

Once you have Phytophthora root rot (PRR), a root and stem disease that attacks soybeans primarily, it’s not going away. As a result, strategies to reduce the impact of PRR on soybeans are the best option. The disease is now becoming more of a concern on the Prairies, and the importance of disease surveys for assessing the incidence and diversity of this pathogen cannot be overemphasized. » Learn more
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Safeguarding Prairie pulses from nematode impacts

Nematodes are often overlooked as a possible concern for Canadian crops, especially on the Prairies. So, Mario Tenuta, a professor of soil ecology at the University of Manitoba, is leading a five-year project (2018 to 2023) to look into nematode problems on Prairie pulse crops and improve understanding of the possible threat from these microscopic, worm-like plant parasites. » Learn more

Top Crop Summit

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