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More from Top Crop Manager | Seed/Chemical | Machinery January 23, 2014
Sask Mustard honours carinata pioneer
Developed as industrial oilseed mustard, carinata has been grown on more than 10,000 acres by 70 different farmers in southern Saskatchewan and Alberta the past two years. For 2014, contracted production is expected to be at least 25,000 acres.
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Ag industry invests in supply chain improvements
Shippers of all agriculture commodities have been frustrated by the lack of improvement since the Rail Freight Service Review. As a result, canola, wheat, pulse and soy growers, as well as representatives from the grain, oilseed, pulse and special crops trade are coming together for the first time to make a targeted investment into transportation policy.
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CYSA 2014 competition topics announced
This year’s competition will be held on Saturday Nov. 8, 2014, at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in Toronto, Ont. This year also marks the competition’s 30th anniversary.
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Oats and forages receive funding
The federal government is making investments into the oat industry and the forage seed industry.
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New grain loading app
Load Judge, available in Canada, includes six proximity sensors and one moisture sensor, which are easily installed in a hopper bottom trailer. The sensors send a wireless signal to the truck cab, where the operator can view a graphical illustration of the grain loading, as well as bushel and weight estimators, on a smartphone or iPad.
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Unmanned aircraft system for aerial imaging and mapping
The Trimble UX5, available in Canada, allows ag service providers to capture aerial images for scouting and monitoring crop health to detect such problems as pests, weeds and nitrogen deficiencies.
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