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GFO Newsletter

GET THE LATEST NEWS FROM GRAIN FARMERS OF ONTARIO GRAIN FARMERS OF ONTARIO DISTRICT ANNUAL MEETINGS Details for the District meetings in association with Grain Farmers of Ontario, formerly the Ontario Corn Producers’ Association, the [Read more]

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Features

Corn industry outlook

PRICE VOLATILITY IS HERE TO STAY WITH CORN PRODUCTION setting new all-time average yield and new aggregate production records, the North American corn industry has experienced an extraordinary ride from 2004 to 2009. During the same [Read more]

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Research

Research roundup

FIND OUT WHAT’S NEW IN THE WORLD OF RESEARCH BREAD STUDY ROLLS OUT POSITIVE HEALTH FINDINGS Rebecca Hannam Some diets urge limiting carbohydrates, but researchers at the University of Guelph say the opposite – bread [Read more]

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Future of grain

Future of grain

HIGHLIGHTING THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY IN GRAIN PRODUCTION AND UTILIZATION PRE-INOCULANT SYSTEM NOW REGISTERED IN CANADA Ontario soybean growers now have access to BioStacked® pre-inoculants as they have been registered by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. [Read more]

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Also in this issue

Faces of farming

— WITH 6,500 COPIES printed and over 25 media hits in the first three weeks, the Faces of Farming 2010 calendar has made quite a splash. Launched in October at the Ontario Harvest Gala in Guelph, [Read more]

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Features

Split decisions

AN EARLY APPLICATION OF NITROGEN MAY BE THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A GOOD WHEAT CROP AND NO WHEAT CROP FARMING, TO SOME degree, is in Mother Nature’s hands. With the late soybean harvest and subsequent late winter [Read more]

Cropside

Cropside

AGRONOMIC INFORMATION FROM ONTARIO'S CROP SPECIALISTS

NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT IN SOYBEANS SOYBEANS ARE THE largest row crop in the province and remove a tremendous amount of nutrients from the soil every year.  A 50 bushel per acre crop will remove 40 pounds per [Read more]

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Features

Can soybeans be the solution to potholes?

NEW SOY-BASED ASPHALT SEALANT IS IMPROVING NORTH AMERICAN ROADS IMAGINE A WORLD where pavement doesn’t disintegrate and potholes don’t exist. Imagine a product that can reduce the negative environmental impact of asphalt, cut costs for cash-strapped [Read more]

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Breaking into the Arabic flatbread market

RESEARCH AIMED AT BOOSTING EXPORTS TO THE MID-EAST MOST OF US are familiar with pita bread and other mid-Eastern breads, which have long been available in Canadian mainstream grocery stores and urban bakeries. These ‘Arabic flatbreads,’ as they [Read more]