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Conservation tillage

Cure-all or problem for phosphorus loss? Most farmers know that conservation tillage has a variety of benefits – economic, agronomic and environmental – but conservation tillage can potentially have some less than positive side effects [Read more]

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Future of grain

Future of Grain

HIGHLIGHTING THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY IN GRAIN PRODUCTION AND UTILIZATION Celebrating 100 years of service to grain producers and industry The Canadian Grain Commission is celebrating its achievements after 100 years of service to Canada’s grain [Read more]


Cropside: Concern over rolled beans?


With Dan Docking A COMMON QUESTION at planting time is whether or not to roll soybeans, and if the decision is made to roll them when should this operation take place. Many growers prefer to [Read more]

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Cool tools increase efficiency

FARM BETTER AND DIVERSIFY WITH IMPROVED EQUIPMENT without the right tools, even a simple job becomes more difficult. To make the job of farming easier, equipment manufacturers are offering technology that can not only improve [Read more]

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Seed corn production

SNOWBIRD STYLE signs of spring weather have Ontario corn farmers eager to get out into the fields and take advantage of an early planting season. But when it comes to getting seed into the ground [Read more]