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Respecting the power of water

SOIL EROSION IS BEST TACKLED SOONER THAN LATER soil erosion by water is an important concern on many farms across Ontario – whether realized or not. “Although most operations have adopted some form of conservation [Read more]

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Watch out for falling potassium

KNOW YOUR POTASSIUM LEVELS AND MANAGE ACCORDINGLY unlike the weather, corn prices, and taxes – fertilizer strategies are something that the average corn producer feels they have some control over.  Although it is not exactly [Read more]

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One giant step

SEQUENCING THE CORN GENOME: A MONUMENTAL ACHIEVEMENT THAT IS ALREADY BEGINNING TO ACCELERATE BREEDING IMPROVEMENTS corn researchers around the world are very excited these days – and growers should be as well. A talented group [Read more]

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Quality management

STRATEGIES TO MAXIMIZE SPRING WHEAT QUALITY AND YIELD with recent memories filled with wet weather, disease and poor quality, it’s no wonder that many farmers are re-thinking their planting plans when it comes to spring [Read more]