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More Than Half of Winter Wheat Crop Now in Bin

JUL 15

The U.S. winter wheat harvest has passed the halfway mark, but still has plenty of catching up to do.

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Spring Wheat Crop Gives Back Most of Earlier Condition Gain

JUL 15

The condition of the U.S. spring wheat crop slipped this past week, giving back most of the gains it made a week earlier.

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Still Waiting on All of U.S. Soy Crop to Emerge

JUL 15

U.S. soybean planting has finally come to an end, but halfway through July not all the U.S. crop has even yet emerged.

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Another Small Step Up for U.S. Corn Condition

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ICE Close: Canola Starts Week on Down Note

JUL 15

Canola futures ended weaker on Monday, as improving weather conditions and losses in Chicago Board of Trade soybeans weighed on prices.

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Pest watch - Potato leafhoppers, thrips & spider mites

JUL 14

What a year! Goes from too wet to too dry. With young crops and little canopy yet, a few pests could become a problem quickly. Especially if hot dry conditions continue to stress the crop further. Scout fields frequently f...

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Wheat School: Setting up for winter wheat planting success

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Wheat School: Harvesting highly variable winter wheat

JUL 14

On this episode of the RealAgriculture Wheat School, agronomist Peter Johnson explains that the highly variable crop will likely mean harvesting headaches. Find out more on handling the highly variable crop from this full ...

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Grain Farmers of Ontario project set to expand European possibilities of ON crops

JUL 14

Grain Farmers of Ontario has announced a year-long project to expand Ontario grain and oilseed exports to the European Union. The project is funded in part by the Canadian Agricultural Partnership. Read more on the project...

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Feds give more than $13M to grain, oilseed sectors for market development

JUL 14

Agriculture and Agri-food Minister, Marie-Claude Bibeau announced more than $13 million will be used for various projects that will “help to strengthen, diversify and grow Canada’s grains and oilseeds exports.” Find out mo...

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Corn School: Managing a variable crop for gibberella control

JUL 14

On this episode of the RealAgriculture Corn School, Ridgetown College, University of Guelph professor Dave Hooker explains that growers looking to control gibberella ear rot can expect a 50 per cent reduction in DON when t...

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