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Making no-till planting easier

UTILIZING NEW TECHNOLOGY

A STONEY CREEK company focused on robotic cutting solutions is experimenting with an ultra-high pressure no-till system. A-Cubed (Advanced Agriculture Applications) is using fluid jets in place of coulters on standard, commercially available seeding equipment they’ve [Read more]

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On display

CANADA'S OUTDOOR FARM SHOW

FROM THE LATEST machinery, to new seed varieties, to farm data management — Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show was a showcase of new technology in September. One of the most anticipated new technologies is the Enlist™ [Read more]

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A network of leaders

GRAINS IN ACTION ALUMNI SUMMIT

CONTINUOUS LEARNING AND networking is important for young agricultural leaders. This August, Grain Farmers of Ontario brought together alumni of the Grains in Action program with this in mind. The initial Grains in Action program [Read more]

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Artificial intelligence in agriculture

DEERE ACQUIRES BLUE RIVER TECHNOLOGY

DEERE & COMPANY, the publicly-traded corporation that manufactures John Deere brand agricultural, construction, and forestry equipment, made big news in the technology sector in September, when it agreed to purchase artificial intelligence company Blue River [Read more]