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SEPTEMBER 2016
FEATURES
Grains lab
Rachel Telford
Harvest safety
Maegan MacKimmie
Brexit fallout
Lois Harris
Farm lightly
Treena Hein
Cover up for winter!
Anne Verhallen
Simplifying seed selection
Erin Calhoun
Poison Ivy
Tony Palermo
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A garden full of weeds
Owen Roberts
Nuffield scholar
Maegan MacKimmie
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Weathering the forecast
FROM THE CEO'S DESK
In the news
NEWS BITES THAT MATTER
Market side: Futures trading basics
LESSON 20: TECHNICAL ANALYSIS
GFO Newsletter for September 2016
GET THE LATEST NEWS FROM GRAIN FARMERS OF ONTARIO
Cropside: Pesticide drift
AGRONOMIC INFORMATION FROM ONTARIO'S CROP SPECIALISTS
Business side: Taxing details
CONVERSATIONS WITH BUSINESS EXPERTS
Future of grain
HIGHLIGHTING THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY IN GRAIN PRODUCTION AND UTILIZATION
Research roundup
FIND OUT WHAT'S NEW IN THE WORLD OF RESEARCH
WEB SPECIAL
Professorship in Wheat Breeding
DEVELOPING NEW VARIETIES FOR ONTARIO
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Grains lab
GRAINS ANALYTICAL TESTING LABORATORY OPENS
Rachel Telford

CONSUMERS WANT MORE information about their food, not less. Food processors want to know the ingredients they are buying will meet consistency standards. And exporters want to sell a quality product that will maintain Ontario’s status as a reliable
Harvest safety
FOR PARENTS, IT is gratifying to see children learn and accomplish tasks on the farm. They learn the value of hard work, get exercise in open spaces, work alongside family, and learn responsibility early. However, there is an increased risk
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Brexit fallout
THE UNITED KINGDOM (U.K.) held a referendum on its participation in the European Union (EU) on June 23 which resulted in 52 per cent of voters choosing to leave. Commodities everywhere were rocked by the result, including grains. “The
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