Canola futures closed lower on Wednesday, as traders took profits in the wake of yesterday's gains.
Corn and soybean futures continued to climb on Wednesday, even as wheat declined.
Prairie Red lentil prices have fallen sharply over the last year and half, but better times may be on the horizon.
Dry bean crops in the eastern and western production areas are continuing to face different challenges, according to the latest crop report from Thompsons Ltd. In Blenheim.
Due to an upward revision in expected production, Agriculture Canada has raised its new-crop dry pea and lentil ending stocks estimates from last month.
Estimated new-crop ending stocks of canola - as well as most other major crops - have tightened from last month.
There appear to be few dicamba drift problems in Ontario, unlike in other soybean-growing areas in the U.S. Read more on drift issues from this Country Guide article.
A Canola Learning Centre has been created to try to solve some of the challenges Ontario farmers have growing consistent, profitable canola. Find out more on the Centre from this Country Guide article.
When and how should you apply phosphorus for maximum crop production benefit while ensuring it stays put in the field? Answering these questions is a job for the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs' new phosphorus loss assessment tool, explains OMAFRA soil fertility specialist Jake Munroe. Find out more from Munroe from this Real Agriculture report.
Canola futures ended higher on Tuesday, taking strength from rising Prairie temperatures and gains in the U.S. soy complex.