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Heat warning

NEW SYSTEM IN PLACE FOR ONTARIO A NEW STANDARDIZED heat warning and information system has been launched in Ontario, which will allow farmers who own land over a widespread area to receive consistent communication about [Read more]

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Wide open

THE PROS AND CONS OF MOVING TO WIDER SOYBEAN ROWS GROWERS IN ONTARIO are moving towards wider row spacing for soybeans in an effort to save time and money. Wider row spacing is becoming a [Read more]

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Innovative uses for Ontario grains

PARTNERING WITH GRIFFITH LABORATORIES PIT CAN BE a challenge for Ontario’s food processors to meet consumer demands for healthy, local products while ensuring consistent quality. That’s why research and development initiatives to create improved products [Read more]

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Local conservation

REGIONAL PROJECTS IMPROVE THE ENVIRONMENT FARMERS ACROSS THE province are increasingly becoming involved in conservation efforts in their regions, a circumstance that is beneficial to both the ecosystem and their bottom line. “Farmers are starting [Read more]