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Latest insect pest in Ontario raises a stink in soybeans and dry beans

Ontario dry bean and soybean growers: something stinky this way comes. Tracey Baute, OMAFRA field crop entomologist, reports stink bugs as the latest insect pest to show up in 2021.

CAHF announces 2021 inductees

Five innovative agricultural ambassadors have been selected as the 2021 inductees to the Canadian Agricultural Hall of Fame: Gordon Bacon, Don Buckingham, Stan Eby, Johanne Ross and Phil Williams.

FCC cash flow planning tips and tools help mitigate uncertainty

There’s plenty of uncertainty involved in agriculture, but a little bit of planning can go a long way to mitigating some of the unknowns. FCC has created a resource for developing a cash flow plan.
Inputs, the Podcast 
Inputs, the Podcast

In the field: Canola and soybean season update for the Prairies

We’re well into the growing season at this point, so it’s time to review how canola and soybeans on the Prairies are handling the challenges of this specific year – namely, the heat and drought conditions.

In this episode, Top Crop Manager associate editor Alex Barnard speaks with Ian Epp, Saskatchewan agronomy specialist with the Canola Council of Canada, and Laura Schmidt, production specialist, west, with Manitoba Pulse and Soybean Growers, for a mid-season update on crop progress, weather effects, and pest pressure and management tips.
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Conserving carbon

Conserving carbon

For years, agriculture has been targeted as one of the contributors to climate change. AAFC-Fredericton research scientist Louis-Pierre Comeau believes it can be part of the solution. He is working with other AAFC scientists across Canada to assess beneficial practices that not only result in more productive soils and better yields but also reduce the carbon footprint of farming. » Learn more
Optimizing organic oat production

Optimizing organic oat production

Steve Shirtliffe, a professor of plant sciences at the University of Saskatchewan, says oat is one of the real cash crops for organic farmers on the Prairies. Now he is leading a project that is pointing the way to even better practices for organic milling oat production. The project looks at weed control, nutrient management and a study that combines the optimum practices from the first two studies. » Learn more
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WEBINAR – Protect, connect & optimize the value of your stored grain

Join us on Aug. 5 at 3:00 p.m. ET for a free, live webinar where Kent Wingert, OPI Systems product manager, will share how you can protect, connect and optimize the value of your stored grain. » Register for free today.

Help us improve the 2022 Top Crop Summit

After more than a year of virtual events, we’d love to know what works for you when it comes to virtual events. » Read more