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Winning spring wheat yields

SPRING WHEAT CHALLENGE WINNERS ANNOUNCED the results of Grain Farmers of Ontario’s second annual Spring Wheat Challenge are in and three impressive farmers have now gained bragging rights and a monetary prize for their yields. [Read more]

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NEWS BITES THAT MATTER 2012 Faces of Farming Calendar now available! First she was got a cover shot on this magazine and now she’s Miss. October in the Faces of Farming Calendar. Erin Leduc represented [Read more]

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NEWS BITES THAT MATTER Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show gets new owners Glacier Media Inc. has acquired Canada’s Outdoor Shows Limited which runs Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show and Canada’s Outdoor Equine Expo. The Vancouver-based company is [Read more]

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Cropside: Get serious about uniformity

AGRONOMIC INFORMATION FROM ONTARIO'S CROP SPECIALISTS

POOR NITROGEN APPLICATIONS COST GROWERS DOLLARS EVERY YEAR THERE are calls from growers where the fertilizer spreader wasn’t set right or something went wrong. Even with airflow technology, the number of complaint calls hasn’t gone [Read more]

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NEWS BITES THAT MATTER Harvest for Hunger a big success On October 5th over 3500 farmers and spectators gathered in Monkton, Ontario to attempt a world record soybean harvest. The goal was to harvest 160 [Read more]

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Cropside: Aiming for 30 percent in 2012, good tillage practices for the year ahead

AGRONOMIC INFORMATION FROM ONTARIO'S CROP SPECIALISTS

CONSERVATION TILLAGE AIMS to achieve the benefits of tillage without compromising the benefits of residue cover. Maintenance of 30 percent residue ground cover has been identified as the critical level which still provides significant protection [Read more]

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NEWS BITES THAT MATTER New soybean genetics made available New genetics are becoming available to soybean farmers as a result of the success of a new public breeding program supported by Grain Farmers of Ontario. [Read more]