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More from Top Crop Manager | Seed/Chemical | Machinery June 3, 2014
Flea beetles on the move
As temperatures warm up, flea beetles are emerging and on the move, and feeding damage is evident in early emerged canola.
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New spam law a deal breaker
At Top Crop Manager, we are working hard to comply with Canada’s new Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL), which comes into effect July 1. As part of that, we’re asking you to renew your subscription to this e-newsletter to ensure we can continue sending it.
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Ontario field crop report
Provincially, 70 per cent of intended corn acres are now planted, and soybean seeding continues to be delayed in many areas, according to the latest Ontario field crop report from OMAF.
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CAAP renewed for five years
More than $50 million will be available for industry-led projects to help the agriculture industry as the Canadian Agricultural Adaptation Program has received renewal for five more years.
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