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Ag-exporters support Canada’s drive to revive the WTO.
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The switch away from corn due to late planting and a wet spring could mean record soybean acres.
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Agricultural exporters support Canada’s drive to revive the WTO.
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Are Ontario farmers setting the stage for the largest soybean crop ever?
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The Ontario Processing Vegetable Growers says instituting direct contracting for Ontario growers of processing tomatoes will “devastate rural Ontario growers and potentially kill thousands of jobs.”
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Canadian consumers are confident in safety of food produced in Canada, says a recent survey.
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Farmtario Jun 18
Do you know which is which? Waterhemp can be difficult to distinguish from pigweed, but there's a relatively easy way to distinguish between the two.
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Farmtario Jun 18
Charlebois: Consumers want the convenience of grocery delivery, but environmental considerations affect their decision as well.
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Farmtario Jun 18
Recent survey finds Canadian consumers support agriculture.
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Farmtario Jun 18
Waterhemp difficult to distinguish from pigweed.
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Farmtario Jun 18
Processing vegetable input period ends.
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Farmtario Jun 18
Opinion: Consumers want the convenience of grocery delivery, but environmental considerations affect their decision as well.
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Farmtario Jun 18
Trudeau to meet with Pelosi, McConnell on USMCA.
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Farmtario Jun 17
Soil experts testify that the federal government should take a greater role in soil research and data management.
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Farmtario Jun 17
Editorial: Just when you thought that 2018 was a difficult enough year, we’re into another whole new bunch of layers of complexity for farmers to figure out. – John Greig.
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Farmtario Jun 17
EFAO wins first Excellence in Agriculture Award.
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Farmtario Jun 17
Last year’s DON-infected corn crop has been successfully sold and shipped — albeit at discounted returns for farmers: "It’s basically three-dollar corn," says Maurice Chauvin, grain farmer.
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Farmtario Jun 17
Klassen: Rains change corn, soybean outlook amid difficult seeding season.
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Farmtario Jun 17
Win monthly prizes with Farmtario! Entering is easy, flip through the issues of Farmtario from now till September to find hidden codes that you can enter online for a chance to win.
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Farmtario Jun 17
Rains change corn, soybean outlook amid difficult seeding season.
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