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More from Top Crop Manager | Seed/Chemical | Machinery May 22, 2013
Ontario barley fields still yellow after cold temperatures
Some barley fields are quite yellow after cold temperatures, but should rapidly recover, according to the latest field crop report from OMAFRA.
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Natural gas infrastructure a priority for Ontarians
A recent survey conducted by the Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA) has found that Ontario farmers who don’t have access to natural gas on the farm want the infrastructure in place to make it happen.
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Land use experts gather in Guelph
Experts in rural land use from across Ontario gathered last week in Guelph to discuss issues related to managing the critical resource of Canada’s rural and agricultural economies.
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Potato blight strain in Irish Famine identified by scientists
The Irish potato famine of the 1840s was caused by a plant-pathogen strain that was unknown until now, scientists said after examining dried leaves that were as much as 170 years old.
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Stefanie Croley joins the Top Crop Manager team
Stefanie Croley has accepted the position of editor for Potatoes in Canada and Drainage Contractor and associate editor for Top Crop Manager East. She will be teaming with Janet Kanters, editor of Top Crop Manager West and East, and will be the key contact for all three publications. She can be reached by phone at 1-888-599-2228 ext.277 (office) or 226-931-5608 (cell) or via e-mail at
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