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Research

Research Roundup

FIND OUT WHAT’S NEW IN THE WORLD OF RESEARCH Monitoring and scouting nips pests in the bud Alycia Moore Key soybean pests including soybean aphids, bean leaf beetles and spider mites continue to wreak havoc [Read more]

Cropside

Cropside: Calibrate those spreaders

AGRONOMIC INFORMATION FROM ONTARIO'S CROP SPECIALISTS

A WELL-CALIBRATED MACHINE MEANS BETTER COVERAGE IN THE FIELD AS OF THIS fall, urea is the cheapest source of nitrogen (N). Many farmers will take advantage of this economic opportunity and apply urea this spring. [Read more]

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In the news

In the news

NEWS BITES THAT MATTER Is IP soy production a fit for your farm? The Canadian Soybean Council is excited about their upcoming producer information session which is geared to answer important questions about IP soybean production [Read more]

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Future of grain

Future of Grain

HIGHLIGHTING THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY IN GRAIN PRODUCTION AND UTILIZATION Missing corn genes Recent research has revealed that some inbred corn lines have more variations in genes that humans have. Six elite inbred corn lines were [Read more]

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Also in this issue

The uneven recovery

COMMODITIES RUN WHILE ECONOMY WALKS the global financial crisis was not discriminative, all markets were hit. However the economic recovery has been much more uneven. Luckily for producers, it was the commodity markets which were [Read more]

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Features

Follow the dollars

FUNDING, NOT FACES, WILL DRIVE US AG COMMITTEE AGENDAS with the november election results US agriculture is facing dramatic changes in the congressional committees that oversee farm policy and an even bigger change in the [Read more]

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Features

Winning yield is 74 bushels per acre

SOYBEAN YIELD CHALLENGE WINNERS SHARE THEIR SECRETS TO THEIR WINNING YIELDS what some are deeming “the perfect growing season” has yielded an impressive crop of Soybean Yield Challenge winners. The nine winners were announced and [Read more]

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IP soybean outlook

A LOOK AHEAD TO THE 2011 MARKET; WHAT CAN GROWERS EXPECT TO SEE AND WHAT SHOULD THEY WATCH FOR? as we ring in the New Year most farmers aren’t thinking about making resolutions, but they [Read more]