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StatsCan releases principal field crop info as of June 29

According to the June 2021 Field Crop Survey conducted by Statistics Canada, Canadian farmers reported planting more canola, barley, soybeans and lentils, but fewer acres of wheat, dry peas, corn for grain and oats.

AAFC announces support for Indigenous ag initiatives

The investments will help support Indigenous food systems initiatives, provide equitable access to healthy food, and increase participation of under-represented groups in the agriculture and agri-food sector.

IWCA podcast series: Crystal Mackay

Currently the founder/CEO of Loft32, Crystal Mackay has been described as “doing the heavy lifting” of launching successful structures and programs in the ag industry for more than 30 years.
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Inputs Podcast

Podcast: Using digital tools to collaborate with your team

Technology has come a long way since its first uses in agriculture, and advancements are continually made. While traditional pen-and-paper tracking methods are still effective, digital tools provide opportunities for collaboration between all involved on the farm, from the key decision-makers to agronomists and consultants, and everyone in between. And, with more and more time spent planning, reviewing and analyzing data, digital tools can make the process easier and more collaborative than ever before.

In this episode of Inputs, Marvin Talsma, product marketing manager (Canada) with Climate FieldView, chats with editorial director Stefanie Croley about the Climate FieldView platform and the different ways to access and use the data it provides. » Listen now
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Tank mixes

Are your tank mixes effective?

Effective doesn’t just mean the weeds are dead. Tank mixing with multiple modes of action is a proven strategy for mitigating and delaying herbicide resistance. But are all tank mixes effective in dealing with herbicide resistance? Weed research scientist Breanne Tidemann with AAFC-Lacombe says farmers need to understand what weeds each mode of action can target. » Learn more

Improving canola’s nitrogen use

A research project led by Bao-Luo Ma of AAFC-Ottawa and happening across Canada is aiming to improve canola’s nitrogen use efficiency, yields and standability – three related factors that will help growers reap better returns from their canola crops and enhance the sustainability of their farm. Ma and his collaborators are conducting field experiments at eight sites in Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. » Learn more

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