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Everyone loves to visit Farm Shows during the year.

What are you best memories or stories?

The Farms.com team has exhibited at Farm Shows across North America and every one of them is a good opportunity to visit with farmers.

The Farm Progress Show in Boone Iowa is always fun because it starts the last week of the summer in August and is so large....they do a great job of demonstrating the equipment.

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Bee Vectoring Technologies Targets European Market with First Registration Submission for Advanced Disease Control Technology

Bee Vectoring Technologies International, Inc (BVT) (TSXV:BEE) announced today that it has submitted registration documents in Switzerland for its proprietary active ingredient, Clonostachys rosea CR-7 for use against fungal diseases in production agriculture

McCain trialing multi-species cover crop blend for rotation in the Canadian potato provinces

Soil organic matter has become a popular topic of discussion in the past year. In Ontario, a report from late 2016 indicated soil organic matter (SOM) levels in many parts of the province are at 15-year lows, coinciding with increasing interest in the use of cover crops, reduced- or no-till management and longer rotations in the past three to five years. On Prince Edward Island (PEI), the issue of low soil organic matter levels is also a concern. During the 2018 International Potato Technology Expo this past February, soil health was one of the topics for presentation and discussions, as much of a concern among industry stakeholders as it is for growers.

Sensor solution: growers use irrigation platform

A Quebec-based company may have a solution for Canadian producers who irrigate their crops.

4-H Canada and Farm Credit Canada: Continuing to foster strong, vibrant communities in partnership with youth

4-H Canada is very proud to announce the extension of its national partnership with Farm Credit Canada (FCC) for an additional year. The successful continuation of the partnership will see a funding commitment of $250,000 to support national, provincial, and club-level programs and initiatives across Canada through to March 2021.

Registrations for Spotted Wing Drosophila 2018

Seven insecticides are registered for spotted wing Drosophila (SWD) management this season, including two emergency use registrations: Mako and Malathion 85 E. Thanks to Jim Chaput, Minor Use Coordinator, for working on these emergency use registration submissions.

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