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Prairies remain warm

June 30, 2016

Highs again rose solidly into the 20s across the Prairies Wednesday, ranging from 22 C in the Melfort/Humboldt area of northeastern Saskatchewan to 29 C around Winkler in south-central Manitoba and around Weyburn, Estevan and Eston in southern Saskatchewan. Lows on Wednesday dropped to 8 C around Calgary and Rocky […]

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Pearce: Precipitation maps have Ontario farmers seeing red

June 29, 2016

It’s official: Spring 2016 will go down as an excessively dry season for Ontario growers — and most hope the summer will be considerably wetter. Last week, we cited reports of stressed-but-surviving corn and soybean crops in midwestern Ontario, which had received spotty showers early in the week. The crops […]

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Rain increases disease pressures on eastern Prairies

June 28, 2016

CNS Canada — The recent batch of wet weather across parts of Saskatchewan and Manitoba have been a welcome relief to some fields that were suffering from excess dryness. However, soggy conditions have also enabled certain disease pressures to rear their ugly head, according to some government specialists. “Root rot […]

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Nobel laureates urge Greenpeace to stop opposing GMOs

June 30, 2016

Washington | Reuters — More than 100 Nobel laureates called on the international environmental group Greenpeace on Thursday to end its opposition to genetically modified crops, saying there is a scientific consensus they are safe and can benefit society. At a news conference, the scientists cited in particular the value […]

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Canadian beef follows tricky paths to international markets

June 30, 2016

CNS Canada — Canadian beef continues to find its way to markets around the world, but while a new deal with Mexico has brought smiles to the cattle industry, questions remain surrounding Canada’s proposed trade deal with the European Union. Britain’s recent referendum to exit the European Union has thrown […]

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Sluggish demand, ample supplies eat into Lethbridge feed prices

June 30, 2016

CNS Canada — Lethbridge feed wheat and barley prices have dropped after a muted spring rally — and they’re likely to stay low throughout the summer, market participants say. “They have a weak tone to them. I think a lot of it is lacklustre demand domestically,” said Allen Pirness, trader […]

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