Demand for Ontario agricultural graduates currently exceeds the supply, and the gap is only expected to get larger, according to a new study commissioned by the University of Guelph's Ontario Agricultural College (OAC).
For producers in northern Alberta, the 2017 harvest is likely bringing back nightmarish memories of a year earlier.
Both the federal and Ontario governments are betting on the future of the province's fledgling hazelnut industry. Last week, both levels of government announced support for the industry, which plans to have 25,000 acres of hazelnut trees in the province by 2027. Find out more on the support for the industry from this Real Agriculture report.
In this episode of The Word, host Peter Johnson takes us through this week's crop notes, and questions around cereals, hay, weed control and poor crops.
When it comes to managing glyphosate-resistant Canada fleabane in IP soybeans, is doubling up on modes of action worth the risk? OMAFRA weed specialist Mike Cowbrough tackles this question in the latest episode of RealAgriculture Soybean School.
Almost three weeks since the India pulse fumigation extension expired, the Canadian pulse industry is still in the dark as to what is happening.
Despite less than ideal weather, including heavy, wet snow in the more northern production areas, the Alberta harvest actually made some noteworthy strides this past week.
Canola futures settled higher on Friday, with intermonth spreading accounting for the bulk of the trade volume as participants exited the front month.
A drier forecast helped to send corn and soybean futures lower on Friday, while wheat also lost ground on the day.
The growing pulse protein market is set to expand further, perhaps even opening up new opportunities in Canada, according to an industry official.