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  • Tomato Day (processing tomato)

    March 5, 2013 from 8am to 2:30pm – Roma Club District 1 of the Ontario Processing Vegetable Growers and OMAFRA present the 37th Annual Tomato Day.  This day of educational sessions and a trade show, focussed on processing tomatoes, will be held Organized by Ontario Processing Vegetable Growers (District 1) and OMAFRA | Type: education, day

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  • Ontario Forage Expo

    July 8, 2014 from 10am to 3pm – Wrico Holsteins Simcoe County Soil and Crop Improvement Association and the Ontario Forage Council present ONTARIO FORAGE EXPO 2014-"Hay Making in Motion" Tuesday, July 8th, 2014 starting at 10am Wrico Holsteins-Rob Organized by Simcoe county Soil and Crop Improvement Association & Ontario Forage Council | Type: field, day

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

Joint industry statement: movement of seed essential during COVID-19 pandemic

The Canadian seed industry joins the global community in supporting measures to prevent further spread of the COVID-19 virus.

Thinking Outside the Strip – One-Pass Manure Incorporation and Seedbed Prep with Strip Till

With some out of the box thinking, Ken Hartemink, hog and cash crop producer from St. Thomas, Ontario has mounted a strip tiller to the back of his manure tanker for one-pass manure incorporation and seedbed prep for next year’s corn crop.

To plant green or to plant brown? Rye cover crop termination timing before soybeans

Cereal rye (Secale cereale) has several strengths as a cover crop option.

Home-grown Support for Niagara Health System - Grape Growers of Ontario Meet the Challenge

Grape Growers of Ontario thank all of the frontline support workers for their dedication and support during these unprecedented times. We heard your challenge Premier Ford and today, the Grape Growers of Ontario meet that challenge by strengthening Niagara Health care while calling on our business community to give back.

Practical solutions for seasonal workers critical to getting fruit and vegetable crops planted in time

It’s always been important for us as farmers to get our crops in the ground on time in the spring. But it’s never been more important than it is this year when we are facing the extraordinary circumstance of a global pandemic that has turned all of our lives upside down.

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