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Growing Connections

A NEW GRAIN FARMERS OF ONTARIO EXHIBIT GRAIN FARMERS OF ONTARIO now has a new way to connect urban audiences with farmers. Growing Connections, a 53 foot trailer exhibit, was successfully launched in November at [Read more]

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Future of grain

Future of Grain

HIGHLIGHTING THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY IN GRAIN PRODUCTION AND UTILIZATION New hand-held grain moisture tester available from John Deere To help producers more accurately monitor the condition of their grain during harvest and in storage, John [Read more]

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Northern leaf blight

MAINTAINING RESISTANCE NORTHERN LEAF BLIGHT is one of the most common and economically important fungal leaf diseases in Ontario. In fact, for as long as corn has been grown in the province there have been [Read more]

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Black Sea

NEW EXPORT COMPETITION LOOMS RUSSIA AND UKRAINE are poised to become bigger players than ever in world grain markets, affecting competition not only for wheat sales but for corn markets. “Ukraine is now a very [Read more]

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Tomorrow’s ethanol

A FUTURE BEYOND GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS ASK ANY CORN grower about game-changing opportunities over the last decade and the topic of ethanol is sure to arise. While the industry has seen strong growth – it now [Read more]

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Agricultural investment

GROWING OPPORTUNITY AT THE PORT OF HAMILTON AT THE PARRISH & Heimbecker Hamilton Terminal, the fall harvest has finally arrived. Semi-trucks pulling double grain trailers loaded down with soybeans wait their turn to unload, two [Read more]

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New regulations for new technology

AN IGTC UPDATE GENETIC MODIFICATION HAS come a long way in solving problems for the agri-food industry, but despite its many benefits, it can also pose trade barriers when importing and exporting agricultural commodities. Canada’s [Read more]

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Understanding CETA

AN OPPORTUNITY FOR ONTARIO GRAIN FARMERS A COMPREHENSIVE ECONOMIC and Trade Agreement between Canada and the European Union (EU), known as CETA, could provide more access for Ontario wheat producers, and more secure access for [Read more]