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June 20, 2014
FEATURED NEWS: Ontario soybean acreage at an all-time high
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Guidelines for Permit herbicide use in corn

Are you considering tank-mixing glyphosate and Permit for use in glyphosate-tolerant corn? Mike Cowbrough offers guidelines. >> Read full article

Nitrogen status in Ontario corn fields

The OMAF and MRA field crops team have surveyed a range of cornfields to determine the impact that this spring's weather has had on the level of residual soil nitrate. >> Read full article

Ontario swede midge population map

Is swede midge a problem in canola fields in your area? The Ontario Canola Growers Association's interactive map is updated twice weekly indicating average swede midge per trap per day. >> Read full article

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Environmental protection at the North American Manure Expo

The North American Manure Expo is being held in Springfield, Missouri, July 8 and 9, 2014. The theme for this year’s event is Valuing Manure and the Environment. While the equipment and trade show runs from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on July 9, there will be a choice of five different classroom sessions that you won't want to miss. Five education sessions will run from 1 to 2 p.m. and will be repeated again from 3 to 4 p.m. in the Ozark Empire Fairgrounds. >> Learn More 

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Ontario soybean acreage at an all-time high

Ontario soybean acreage at an all-time high

A late spring and relatively high soybean prices have pushed soybean acreage to an all-time high: more than three million acres of soybeans are expected to be seeded in Ontario this year, according to Horst Bohner in the latest field crop report from OMAF. >> Learn More…


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. >> Read full article

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. >> Read full article

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. >> Read full article

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