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Steve Shirtliffe 8h
Sobering news about glyphosate resistant kochia presented by Linda Hall.
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Philip P. Pan Nov 18
China marked a record 69 years of Communist rule this fall, surpassing the USSR. And it seems to be just hitting its stride. I was asked to explain how it did it, and wrote this essay, the first in a series that is rolling out this week:
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Andrew Dalgarno Nov 19
How's the boom height, ?
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Dave Bedard Nov 19
Replying to @OtherDaveBedard
Case of found in mature beef cow from property in BC's Southern Interior. Exact strain not yet known, investigation/tracing now underway.
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Dave Bedard Nov 19
On the phone with CFIA and BC Ag Ministry right now re: "a recently launched disease investigation based on a positive test result." Conference call just getting underway.
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Eric Wappel Nov 19
Karma wins. Great job tearing up my fields.
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SaskCanola Nov 19
Learn about degrading factors in wheat, barley, and canola from and officials. Register for a FREE grain grading workshop next week in Swift Current (Nov 27) or Humboldt (Nov 28): presented by &
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Pyry Luminen Nov 18
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Lee Townsend Nov 19
Good article from about the current CDN market and how fake honey is impacting it. Sadly American packers only care about pricing, have no issues blending fake, cheap “honey” with high quality honey. Consumer is none the wiser.
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Robin Booker Nov 19
I’m working on a story for on data security and privacy of a farmer's agricultural information. Has an Ag company ever shared your data in an unauthorized way or with somebody you wouldn’t have normally shared it with?
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Robin Booker Nov 16
Canadian producers are forced to react as the burgeoning trade in counterfeit honey threatens to upend their industry
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Alexander Panetta Nov 16
🚨 40 congressional conservatives have sent President Trump a letter complaining about LGBT protections in the new NAFTA. One tells us: This could be a "deal-killer" for him supporting the pact. "This is language that is going to cause a lot of people to reconsider”
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The Western Producer Nov 15
This week's WP cover story: Faking it - the great honey robbery
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Nov 14
People keep giving me directions to the spouse and intern events instead of the ones for members of Congress 🤦🏽‍♀️
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Katherine Stanley Nov 14
Charley Sprenger from talking about their intercropping research.
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Canola Council of Canada Nov 13
Check out our latest Canola Research Hub video with talking about plant counts and stand establishment.
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Rick Anderson Nov 9
Imagine if there was a rail shortage that prevented carmakers from shipping vehicles and forced them to dump cars at a 40% discount.
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Tom Wolf Nov 9
The times the release of a liquid product with the planter's seed drop. Either hit the seed and avoid the empty space, or vice versa. Very cool way to increase value, avoid seed toxicity of a starter fertilizer, for example.
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Ed White Nov 9
From a Canadian perspective, if this goes on long enough supply chains could shift and give Canadian producers a permanent advantage over US suppliers. But the trade war will need to last a long time for that to occur, methinks
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Alberta Agrologists Nov 7
Thanks to our newest sponsors joining the 2019 AIA Conference: Sigma Accounting and ! We appreciate all support given and can't wait to meet you at "Science and Technology: The Foundation of Agrology" in March of 2019!
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