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All Events in Guelph (4)

January 22Saturday

  • FarmSmart Conference

    January 22, 2011 all day – Guelph Details of the 2011 FarmSmart Conference will be announced shortly. In the meantime, please explore our archived material for the 2009 conference and 2010 conference. Organized by University of Guelph Department of Plant Agriculture. | Type: conference

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Agriculture Headlines from Farms.com Canada East News - click on title for full story

Peeling back the plastic from greenhouse cucumbers

No one is more excited than Dino DiLaudo to be pitching cucumbers free from plastic wrap to retail clients. Based in Leamington, Ontario, Westmoreland Topline Farms is the first in Canada to launch greenhouse-grown cucumbers sprayed with an edible, tasteless protective coating derived from plant material.

Financial fitness, transition and mental wellness: Top tips for farmers

What do financial independence, transition planning and mental wellness have in common? They’re all on the minds of Canadian farmers. Three experts share their thoughts.

Government of Canada launches consultations on the development of the Pan-Canadian Genomics Strategy

Over the past years, Canada has built renowned world-class strength in genomics research. This, along with our strong public health care system, diverse ecosystems, and abundant natural resources and food sectors, has positioned Canada as a leader in genomics technologies and innovations.

Farmers embracing technology, sustainable practices and direct-to-consumer sales

Canada’s farms are increasingly sustainable and high-tech and they’re modernizing rapidly to adapt to the changing world.

Pork Producers Around the World Expected to Benefit from Lawsonia Intracellularis Vaccine Research

Pork producers around the world are expected to be the main beneficiaries of research aimed at developing new subunit vaccines to protect pigs from Lawsonia intracellularis.

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