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FPT minister meeting sets course for next ag policy framework

The Guelph Statement emphasizes the need for a sustainable agriculture approach in shaping the next policy framework, which includes environmental, social and economic considerations in all priority areas.

Roquette opens world’s largest pea protein plant in Manitoba

Situated in the region that produces the most peas in the world and with easy access to the U.S. and international markets, the 200,000-square-foot-plant has the capacity to process 125,000 tons of peas per year.

Bayer and Microsoft partner for digital ag tools

Under the agreement, Bayer will work with Microsoft to co-develop new solutions that address critical industry scenarios, such as farming operations, sustainable sourcing, and manufacturing and supply chain improvement.
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Webinar - How to Optimize your Input Investments

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A cut above the cutworms below

A cut above the cutworms below

Cutworms are no stranger to the Prairies. But after more than a century of advancements in agriculture, we still don’t have a concrete solution for effectively and consistently managing cutworms. A solid IPM plan requires thorough knowledge of the target pest but, for cutworms, a lot of this information was lacking. Maya Evenden at the University of Alberta has identified some key cutworm research gaps. » Learn more...

Disease pressure in intercrops grown under organic management

Under organic production, intercrops including a nitrogen-fixing crop is an alternative to low economic returns on legume green manures, and can also provide disease suppression in some cropping systems. However, little is known about the effects of intercropping on root rot and fungal pathogens, especially in semi-arid regions. AAFC’s Myriam Fernandez is attempting to shed some light. » Learn more...
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FarmTech 2022

Jan. 25-26, 2022 » Read more