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Future of grain

Future of Grain

HIGHLIGHTING THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY IN GRAIN PRODUCTION AND UTILIZATION Caramba fungicide registered in Canada BASF Canada recently announced that it has received Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) registration for its Caramba fungicide for use on [Read more]

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Cropside: Corn flowering fundamentals

AGRONOMIC INFORMATION FROM ONTARIO'S CROP SPECIALISTS

SCOUT YOUR FIELDS AT THIS CRITICAL PERIOD OF GROWTH knowing the stages The VT stage in corn development begins when the last tassel branch is visible.  This will generally occur two to three days before [Read more]

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Features

Unlocking soy protein potential

UNDERSTANDING THE CHARACTERISTICS OF SOY PROTEIN CAN HELP OPEN MARKETS soybean varieties developed  for specific food and health applications represent a key future growth opportunity for the Canadian soybean industry. Different types of soybean protein [Read more]

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New year, more value

it has been This strategic plan includes some auspicious goals for GFO and a vision for the organization that positions Ontario’s grain farmers as leaders not only in our province but beyond our borders.  We [Read more]

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Future of grain

Future of Grain

HIGHLIGHTING THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY IN GRAIN PRODUCTION AND UTILIZATION New Group 13 weed control option Command 360 ME herbicide has recently been registered for use on soybeans and other field crops. The product, offered by [Read more]

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Cropside: The right seeding depth?

AGRONOMIC INFORMATION FROM ONTARIO'S CROP SPECIALISTS

KEEP DEPTH IN MIND WHEN PLANTING SOYBEANS A NEWLY PLANTED soybean seed is completely dependent on its reserve of energy to push through the soil.  In general, larger seeds contain more energy and can be [Read more]

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Research

Research Roundup

FIND OUT WHAT’S NEW IN THE WORLD OF RESEARCH Planting wheat using the best technique Rebecca Hannam Wheat growers have reported increased yields in headland areas where seeding may be overlapped. These reports spurred researchers [Read more]