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David MacTaggart from the University of Saskatchewan has been selected the winner of the 2017-2018 Excellence Award for Ag Students competition. Farm Management Canada and the Canadian Association of Diploma in Agriculture Programs collected submissions from agricultural students across Canada. Students were asked to submit a multimedia presentation, a video, a…
Monsanto Canada has plans to commercialize TruFlex canola with Roundup Ready Technology in 2019.TruFlex canola will be Monsanto’s next-generation canola trait and Monsanto’s first new biotech trait in canola since Roundup Ready canola was introduced to Canadian growers in 1996. TruFlex canola will serve as the base platform on which all future…
Bayer has partnered with The Do More Agriculture Foundation, a not-for-profit organization focused on raising awareness and promoting mental well-being for farmers inCanada. As part of the partnership, Bayer's Crop Science division has contributed$20,000to the Foundation to support its mission of providing support and resources to farmers seeking mental health assistance.
Inocucor Corporation, a developer and producer of biological crop inputs for high-value produce and row crops, announced it has acquired ATP Nutrition, a producer of science-based plant nutrients based in Oak Bluff, Man. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.Crop nutrients, such as those produced by ATP Nutrition and biologicals,…
Syngenta Canada will undergo a leadership change this spring. Jay Bradshaw, president and territory head for Syngenta Canada, is retiring at the end of May, and Trevor Heck will assume his role as successor effective June 1. 
Lawrence MacAulay, Canada's minister of agriculture and agri-food, announced an investment of $80 million to replace the Centre for Plant Health in Sidney, B.C. The Centre is a Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) diagnostic testing, research and quarantine facility, with both laboratories and greenhouses. This funding, a Budget 2017 commitment,…
Farm Management Canada and the Canadian Association of Diploma in Agriculture Programs are accepting submissions from agricultural students across Canada for the 2017-18 Excellence Award for Agricultural Students. 
The third year of Monsanto BioAg’s BioAdvantage Trials (BAT) wrapped up with a morning event that had co-operators, agronomists, and reps feeling optimistic for the growing season to come. The event was held in Saskatoon, the home of partner brand Novozymes’ headquarters and a hub for Western Canadian Ag. The…
Monsanto BioAg offers solutions that help protect and maximize yield potential. Our diverse portfolio includes peat and liquid inoculants for your pulse and soybean crops. These products, TagTeam®, Optimize® ST and Cell-Tech®, can enhance or improve nitrogen fixation on your pea, lentil, or soybean crop and increase yield potential. Order…
The governments of Canada and Manitoba are investing nearly $484,000 in equipment and infrastructure needed to conduct specialized research projects on grain preservation and storage.Funding will be invested to complete the Prairie Agricultural Machinery Institute’s (PAMI) grain innovation facility near Portage la Prairie, Man. This includes basic infrastructure needs, as…
Cargill has reached an agreement on the sale of its grain and crop inputs retail assets in Ontario, including its ownership in South West Ag Partners, to La Coop fédérée, an agri-food co-operative with operations across Canada.
G3 Canada Limited has announced plans to build two new facilities, including its first primary elevator in Alberta, and further expand its grain origination network in Saskatchewan.
The Water Security Agency (WSA) released an updated spring runoff outlook for 2018, confirming that the early March snowfall across much of southern Saskatchewan has raised projections for a near normal to above normal snowmelt runoff across most of the province, except some drier pockets in southwest and south central…
As Canada’s crop fields begin to fade from winter and spring begins to emerge, farmers across the country will soon be getting back into their fields, eager for the coming growing season.
Ontario is helping Thunder Bay area farmers improve their agricultural land, diversify crops and expand their businesses.
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