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Little to Buoy Corn Prices Before Spring

Beyond a weather scare and smaller planted area in the spring, there may be little to lift corn futures out of their current funk, according to a U.S. agricultural economist.

Indian Pulse Demand to Rebound: AGT

Demand may be slow, but Canadian pulse trade with India isn't dead and should start to bounce back soon, according to the head of one of the largest pulse-processing companies in the world.

Soybean School: How wide is your spring burndown window?

In this episode of the Soybean School, OMAFRA weed control specialist Mike Cowbrough takes us to the Elora Research Station where he set up an experiment to examine what happens when different burndown herbicides are applied after the label-recommended timing, which restricts application three days after soybean planting.

New research shows cover crops support higher yields

How do cover crops impact yield? The answer to those questions is a definite yes, says University of Guelph research scientist Dr. Laura Van Eerd. Van Eerd says there's growing research evidence that cover crops increase yield and profitability of following crops. Find out more from this Real Agriculture report. Van Eerd presented research findings on the benefits of cover crops, including economics and yield, at the recent Ontario Certified Crop Advisors annual meeting in London, Ontario.

Specialty crops set roots in ON

Pawpaw, Haskap grapes, quinoa, edamame, tiger nut and hops. Do you grow any of these specialty crops on your farm? Maybe not, but more and more Ontario farmers are taking a serious look. Find out more on the growing specialty crops market from this Real Agriculture report.

ICE Close: Canola Hits Two-Week Highs

Canola futures ended higher on Friday, settling at their highest levels in two weeks as the market saw a continued bounce off the nearby lows hit on Wednesday.


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