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Greig: Lessons learned from Ontario crops’ pest pressures

January 9, 2017

The warmer winter and subsequent drought defined the 2016 cropping season in Ontario, resulting in more disease and insect pressures and then challenges managing them. Three agronomists gave an overview of the 2016 cropping season at the SouthWest Agricultural Conference in Ridgetown, outlining challenges and wins for the year. Leanne […]

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Christmas storm watch

December 22, 2016

Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement warning of a Colorado low expected to hit southern Manitoba Christmas Day. “There is still some uncertainty, but models are in much better agreement at this time as to the track of this low pressure centre placing it over South Dakota late […]

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U.S. grains: Soy up for fourth session on Argentina crop concerns

January 18, 2017

Chicago | Reuters –– U.S. soybean futures rose on Wednesday for a fourth straight session, notching a six-month high on worries that recent heavy rains could damage crops in Argentina. Wheat and corn closed lower on a round of profit-taking after multi-month highs. Chicago Board of Trade March soybeans settled […]

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France’s Roquette bets on pea protein with Manitoba plant

January 18, 2017

Paris | Reuters — French plant-based ingredient maker Roquette will build the world’s largest pea protein facility in Manitoba to meet fast-growing demand for vegetable protein in food and pharmaceutical products in North America, the group said Wednesday. The global pea protein market has seen a sharp rise in recent […]

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B.C. to defend wine industry against U.S. trade action

January 18, 2017

Vancouver | Reuters — The British Columbia government said Wednesday it would defend its wine industry against a trade challenge from the U.S., and was confident it was not breaking any international trade rules. Earlier Wednesday, the U.S. said it started action against Canada at the World Trade Organization, accusing […]

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