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More from Top Crop Manager | Seed/Chemical | Machinery March 25, 2014
Grain, corn prices could drop as U.S. acres increase
If farmers hope grain prices will soon improve from today’s levels – much less rebound to last year’s levels – this season is bound to disappoint, according to a market analyst.
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New bee working group to be established in Ontario
The province is creating a new working group, the Ontario Pollinator Health Working Group, to look into the effect of pesticides on pollinators.
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Dicamba-tolerant soybean moving forward
Soybean growers will have to wait another year or two before they have the option of using a soybean cultivar that is resistant to both glyphosate and dicamba.
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Reference book lists uses, origins of important plants
A new reference book written by a U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientist and his university colleague should prove to be an invaluable resource for researchers, plant breeders, librarians or anyone who wants basic, accurate information about important plants.
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Ontario Forage Masters Program accepting applications
Applications are being accepted for the Ontario Forage Masters (OFM) from now until April 18. The program promotes excellence in the growing, harvesting and storage of forages by acknowledging outstanding producers who employ winning management practices, according to the Ontario Soil and Crop Improvement Association.
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