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Manitoba Crop Diversification Centre model under review

The review will consider options for the future role and funding model for Diversification Centres beyond March 2023, to support economic opportunities and adapt to challenges faced by the sector.

Federal carbon tax increases frustrate grain growers

The new federal climate change plan will see the carbon tax reach $170/tonne in 2030. Grain commodity groups express frustration with the added financial burden and limited alternate options.

Top Crop Summit 2021 Sweepstakes grand prize winner announced

We’ve drawn the grand prize winner of the Top Crop Summit Sweepstakes, run throughout December. Didn’t win? Early bird pricing is in effect, so be sure to take advantage and register today!
Top Crop Summit 

Register today for the Top Crop Summit

Top Crop Manager is excited to present the 2021 Top Crop Summit, a virtual event dedicated to sharing the latest research and strategies to help you prepare for the coming year. Covering a range of topics – from soil health and crop diversification to herbicide resistance and disease updates – the Top Crop Summit will take place virtually on Feb. 23 and 24. This interactive event will arm you with the tools and information you need to kick off a successful growing season.

Take advantage of the early-bird rate of $69.99 and register today.
Featured News 

Spotlight on bacterial brown spot

Common bacterial blight was thought to be the most troublesome of the bacterial blights in Ontario dry bean production. However, new research shows that bacterial brown spot is often misdiagnosed as common bacterial blight. This means bacterial brown spot may be more widespread than previously believed – a major concern, since no effective control measures currently exist. » Learn more

Editorial: The difference a year makes

One year after the brunt of 2019’s “harvest from hell” and it’s a very different story, thankfully. While 2020 has been a strange year, harvest conditions and crop quality are an improvement over the previous year. Perspective in farming often means looking beyond the highs and lows of specific years and considering long-term trends, which farm data can help put in context. » Learn more