Agricorp is keeping a close eye on vomitoxin levels in Ontario’s corn crop and telling growers not to destroy any crop at this time. Find out more on the high vomitoxin in corn from this Real Agriculture report.
In this episode of RealAgriculture’s Wheat School, agronomist Peter Johnson says it’s not too late to plant wheat in most of the province. Find out more on planting wheat now from this full report.
Canadian chickpea ending stocks are poised to take an even big step higher in 2018-19.
As might be expected, Agriculture Canada is now projecting heavier grain and oilseed ending stocks for 2018-19 due to increased crop production estimates.
Canola futures continued their see-saw pattern on Friday, rebounding with gains after losses a day earlier.
Corn and soybean futures both ended lower on Friday, while wheat closed with gains.
The pace of fieldwork may be picking up now with the arrival of better weather, but the Alberta harvest continued to make just incremental progress this past week.
Drought is expected to persist across portions of the U.S. northern Plains this winter, according to the latest seasonal outlook from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
Among Canadian commodities, soybeans have apparently been the main beneficiary of the ongoing trade battle between the U.S. and China.
Canadian sunflower output could end up being heavier than expected this year.