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More from Top Crop Manager | Seed/Chemical | Machinery November 14, 2013
UFA hosting storage seminars across Alberta
The Grain & Canola Storage Insights Seminars bring together a selection of industry leaders and experts to discuss topics of interest in the grains and oilseeds industry.
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CSTA gets funding boost
A federal government investment will go to support the Canadian Seed Trade Association’s work on the world stage to develop international consensus on issues that affect the trade of seed, as well as working with foreign regulators and policy-makers to reduce non-tariff barriers to trade.
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Check bins and bags on cold November days
The Canola Council of Canada encourages producers to monitor bins and bags closely during the first six weeks in storage. If stored canola temperatures plateau or start to rise while outside air cools through the winter, it can signal the start of spoilage.
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Alberta Agronomy Update in January
The two-day conference offers the opportunity for grain producers, crop advisors and industry partners to interface with leading agricultural scientists about relevant soils and crops issues.
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New cereal varieties update
Public and private plant breeders continue to bring new cereal varieties to market, with improved yield, disease resistance, new marketing opportunities and better agronomic performance.
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Menzies to head CropLife Canada
Ted Menzies, long-time Alberta farmer and former Member of Parliament, will be the new president and CEO of CropLife Canada.
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