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Map: Winter Forecast Suggests Heavier Snow in Some Prairie Drought Areas

November 30, 2020

This winter will bring heavier-than-normal precipitation to some drought-stricken Prairie areas but not all of them, according to the Weather Network’s winter outlook.

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New Moddus® cereal plant growth regulator launched in Canada

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Building soybean yield through genetics & defensive traits

November 29, 2020

One company that’s heavily invested in soybean breeding is Syngenta Canada. The company is one of four major soybean breeders in North America, and the company showcased the work it’s doing at its recent virtual Syngenta M...

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Wheat School: What causes red & yellow wheat?

November 29, 2020

If you’ve been scouting your wheat fields and seeing some strange colours in Ontario, you’re probably not alone, and there may be a pretty simple explanation for it. We’re back in the field for another update with Joanna F...

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Wheat Pete's Word: DON in DDGs, right-day corn, & a reminder to work in pairs

November 29, 2020

In this week’s Wheat Pete’s Word, host Peter Johnson offers a caution for corn left out, plus a discussion on being a good farm neighbour, the choice in mid- or long-season corn, and more on tillage trade-offs.

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Soybean School: Comparing pre- & post-emerge weed control strategies

November 29, 2020

On this episode of Soybean School, Rob Miller takes a look at an early-season weed control trial comparing pre and post systems. Watch the full video at this RealAgriculture link.

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Tighter global stocks should increase Canadian soy exports

November 27, 2020

Ontario soybean production is expected to reach 4.1 million tonnes, which is up from the 2019 output of 3.7 million tonnes. Read more on soybean production as well as corn and wheat from this Farmtario article.

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2020 dry edible bean seasonal summary

November 27, 2020

Acreage of dry beans increased approximately 20% over 2019, and 50% over 2018. Total acreage of dry beans insured by Agricorp in 2020 was 157,610 acres. There were more acres of all market classes compared to last year, ex...

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Province bumps ON ethanol requirements

November 27, 2020

The ethanol market for Ontario grain will continue to grow with the announcement that the provincial government is mandating an increase to 15 per cent ethanol in regular-grade fuel. Read more on the mandate from this Farm...

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ICE Close: Gains for Canola to End Week

November 27, 2020

Canola futures closed stronger on Friday, regaining the losses incurred earlier in the week.

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Chicago Close: Wheat Up on Export Demand

November 27, 2020

Wheat futures ended strongly higher in an abbreviated trading session Friday, boosted by strong export demand.

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Pilot Project Aims to Reduce AgriStability Paperwork

November 27, 2020

The federal and provincial governments have created an AgriStability pilot to help producers participate in the program by reducing the amount of information they need to provide.

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Map: South American Rainfall Scarce

November 27, 2020

The world needs big South American soybean crops in 2020-21, but so far Mother Nature is not cooperating.

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