Prairie Cereals Summit cancelled, Alberta Barley AGM and director and delegate session to be...

The Alberta Wheat and Barley Commissions regret to announce that the Prairie Cereals Summit (PCS) in Banff, Alberta in December has been cancelled due...

Brevant Seeds: 3 Questions To Ask When Evaluating New Trait Technology For 2021

With many farmers celebrating the end of a successful harvest, it's time to start planning for the next season. When evaluating trait technology systems...

UPL’s TRICOR LQ Herbicide Receives Canadian Registration

King Of Prussia, PA - UPL AgroSolutions Canada Inc. is excited to launch Tricor LQ, a new liquid formulation of Tricor, to the Canadian...

Wheat price spreads – anomaly or new normal?

Provincial crop analyst Neil Blue looks at the 3 major wheat futures markets in the U.S. and what they mean for Canadian prices. The Minneapolis...

UPL AgroSolutions Canada Receives PMRA Registration For New STRIM MTZ Herbicide

UPL AgroSolutions Canada announces that the Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) has granted registration of STRIM MTZ Herbicide for soybean and potatoes. With the...

Azotic North America Partners With NexusBioAg To Launch Envita In Canada

Following six years of field research and successful farm trials in Canada and the US, the revolutionary nitrogen fixing Envita was approved for use...

Potato Leafhopper in Alfalfa

Potato leafhopper (PLH) is the most damaging alfalfa insect pest in Ontario in most years. While the damage created is not as dramatic as...

A harvest tail end reminder to practice road safety, By Rejean Pommainville, Director, Ontario...

Home › Newsroom › Commentaries › A harvest tail end reminder to practice road safety Commentaries A harvest tail end reminder to practice road safety Posted...

NexusBioAg Launches Next Generation – Pulse, Cereal, And Soybean Inoculants

Univar Solutions Inc. (NYSE: UNVR), a global chemical and ingredient distributor and provider of value-added services, announced today the addition of three new Novozymes...

Check your dugouts this fall

Producers should inspect farmyard dugouts regularly to ensure they remain viable water sources. ‘The fall inspection should start with a check of the area that...
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