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Norway to upgrade ‘doomsday’ seed vault

February 23, 2018

Oslo | Reuters — Norway plans to spend 100 million Norwegian crowns (C$16.1 million) to upgrade a doomsday seed vault on an Arctic island built 10 years ago to protect the world’s food supplies, the government said on Friday. The Svalbard Global Seed Vault is meant as a natural deep […]

Central Prairies cooler

February 23, 2018

The western end of the Prairies warmed up slightly Thursday as highs touched -4 C around Edmonton and Fort St. John, -5 C around Meadow Lake and Pinawa, -8 C around Calgary, Brandon, Steinbach, Dauphin and Drumheller, -9 C around Saskatoon, Prince Albert, Moose Jaw and Estevan, -10 C around […]

Weather radar services returning to Sask.

February 22, 2018

Saskatchewan’s two weather radars will soon be operational again after being decommissioned for repairs and improvements. The Bethune radar experienced a major radome failure after a windstorm swept through the area in October. The radome is the large white spherical housing protecting the radar equipment inside. It was dented from flying debris, and damage to […] Read more

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Plentiful mountain snowpack bodes well for Alta. irrigators

February 22, 2018

Snow accumulation along the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains appears to bode well for runoff and the coming irrigation season, Alberta Environment reports. The mountain runoff forecast as of Feb. 7, posted by the department, indicates above average levels in the Oldman River Basin near Lethbridge and Brocket, as well as in the Bow […] Read more

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U.S. livestock: Live cattle drop on technical selling

February 23, 2018

Chicago | Reuters — Chicago Mercantile Exchange live cattle futures declined for the fourth straight session on Friday, easing on technical selling and bets that cattle prices have likely reached a short-term peak, traders and analysts said. Feeder cattle and lean hog futures were slightly higher, with feeders rebounding from […]

India, Canada to work up pulse export protocols

February 23, 2018

The prime ministers of Canada and India have agreed to sort out new and predictable rules governing exports of Canadian pulse crops. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, on a state visit this week to India, released a joint statement with India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday calling for the two […]


U.S. grains: Soybeans near one-year high

February 23, 2018

Chicago | Reuters — U.S. soybean futures neared a one-year high on Friday as concerns mounted about crop losses from a searing drought in Argentina, the world’s biggest exporter of soymeal and soyoil. Argentina, which is also the world’s No. 3 supplier of soybeans and corn, has been grappling with […]

Radical change urged over 20 years to attain climate goals -institute

February 23, 2018

OSLO, (Reuters) – The world will need sweeping changes over the next 20 years ranging from energy use to food production to achieve climate goals set by almost 200 nations, the new heads of a top environmental think-tank said on Friday. Both said “revolutions” were needed to tackle climate change, such as capturing greenhouse gas […] Read more

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USDA sees slight decline in U.S. 2018 corn, soy productio

February 23, 2018

ARLINGTON, Va., (Reuters) – The U.S. corn and soybean harvests for 2018 were forecast to come in below the levels reached in 2017 but supplies should remain abundant, the U.S. Agriculture Department said on Friday. The United States is the world’s biggest corn producer and exporter, and the No. 2 soybean exporter after Brazil. U.S. […] Read more

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Canola firms despite worries over carryout

February 22, 2018

Winnipeg (CNS Canada) – The ICE Futures Canada canola complex finished higher on Thursday, despite growing fears that this year’s carryout could get much larger. “We might end up being under last year’s number for exports,” said a trader in Winnipeg. “That means our carryout could balloon to 2.5 million tonnes pretty easily.” He adds […] Read more

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