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MARCH 2017
FEATURES
Farming the Great Clay Belt
Tony Palermo
A sustainable nutrient plan
Michael Buttenham
Late nitrogen insights
Greg Stewart
Go slower, spray more
Dr. Jason Deveau and Dr. Tom Wolf
Managing resistance
Erin Calhoun
Midwestern crop threat
Edith Munro
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE
Emerging corn diseases
Edith Munro
Crown rust in oats
Melanie Epp
Citizen scientists
Tony Palermo
Experiences from the Field
Joey Sabljic
IN EVERY ISSUE
Issues that matter
From the CEO's desk
Market side: Futures trading basics
LESSON 26: TECHNICAL ANALYSIS
Business side: Insuring the business
CONVERSATIONS WITH BUSINESS EXPERTS
GFO Newsletter for March 2017
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Cropside: Perennial sow-thistle
AGRONOMIC INFORMATION FROM ONTARIO'S CROP SPECIALISTS
WEB SPECIAL
PREVIOUS ISSUES
Farming the Great Clay Belt
NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR GROWTH
Tony Palermo

A MARCH 31, 2016 article in Northern Ontario Business titled Beef farmers look to gain ground in the Clay Belt says “the North’s climate limits what cash crops can be grown, but the fertile soil is perfect for growing hay, oats, and grazing
Experiences from the Field
PAST ARTICLES IN our Understanding Precision Agriculture series have focused on the main pieces — data collection, management zone creation, and prescription mapping — that form the foundation of a successful precision ag approach. PHOTO:
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Midwestern crop threat
RESISTANCE ISSUES, AND especially herbicide resistance, were a dominant concern for growers and Iowa State extension agronomists at this winter’s series of Crop Advantage workshops.Calling pesticide resistance “a threat to Midwestern crop
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