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"Lots of farmers are using the new Farms.com websites for Classified Ads and Used Far…"

OntAG Admin replied Feb 21, 2016 to Lots of farm items for sale!

2 Feb 21, 2016
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"For next spring and summer?"

OntAG Admin replied Oct 29, 2015 to Agricultural Drones (UAV)

1 Oct 29, 2015
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"Adoption of Precision Agriculture technology and practices continues to increase in…"

OntAG Admin replied Jul 10, 2015 to GPS area measurement and guidance. Precision farming in Canada.

1 Jul 10, 2015
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"Here is the Information provided by the group of agriculture associations including…"

OntAG Admin replied Feb 2, 2015 to Ontario BeeKeepers' Association Responds To Misleading Media Campaign - Neonics.

2 Feb 7, 2015
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"Article in today's Financial Post: Bees, bans and bungling: How an anti-pesticide ca…"

OntAG Admin replied Nov 7, 2014 to Interesting video on Colony Collapse Disorder on decreasing bee populations. What do you think can further explain this complex bee problem?

4 Dec 12, 2014
Reply by Colin Lundy

"The government is investing $713,000 to Martin’s Family Fruit Farm to adapt their pr…"

OntAG Admin replied Nov 2, 2014 to Wynne Makes Pitch in China to Alibaba to Sell Ontario Agri-Food Products. Is there anything Ontario farmers or the ag industry can do to help?

1 Nov 2, 2014
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"National Geographic Article: Engineer Sees Big Possibilities in Micro-robots, Includ…"

OntAG Admin replied Oct 18, 2014 to Interesting video on Colony Collapse Disorder on decreasing bee populations. What do you think can further explain this complex bee problem?

4 Dec 12, 2014
Reply by Colin Lundy

"Great article in the Guelph Mercury today by Terry Daynard:  Neonic ban not support…"

OntAG Admin replied Oct 16, 2014 to Interesting video on Colony Collapse Disorder on decreasing bee populations. What do you think can further explain this complex bee problem?

4 Dec 12, 2014
Reply by Colin Lundy

"Responses on Twitter: EricKaiser46:33am via Twitter for iPhone @OntAg 30% clay is N…"

OntAG Admin replied Aug 12, 2014 to Heavy Clay Soil.

6 Aug 13, 2014
Reply by Roadrunner

"How much clay do you need for the cricket pitch? Truckloads?"

OntAG Admin replied Aug 11, 2014 to Heavy Clay Soil.

6 Aug 13, 2014
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AITC-C celebrates over 2 million student experiences in agriculture education

Agriculture in the Classroom Canada (AITC-C), along with its 10 provincial members, has connected two million students to agriculture education experiences, as reported in AITC-C’s 2020-2021 Annual Progress Report.

Moisture Content and the Hay Drying Curve

Many management decisions affect hay quality. After deciding when to cut, the next big decision is about the moisture content. Accurately timing how long to let the crop wilt when harvesting a forage crop will help ensure that it stores well.

Grain Farmers of Ontario Congratulates Lisa Thompson as New Ontario Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs

Grain Farmers of Ontario, the province’s largest commodity organization, representing Ontario’s 28,000 barley, corn, oat, soybean and wheat farmers, today extends its congratulations to Lisa Thompson, Member of Provincial Parliament for Huron-Bruce on her appointment as the provincial Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs. 

Minister Miller announces Government of Canada support for Indigenous food and agriculture initiatives

The month of June is dedicated to recognizing and honouring the achievements, history and rich cultures of First Nations, Inuit and Métis. Together, we are building a stronger and more inclusive agriculture sector that advances meaningful relationships with Indigenous Peoples and reduces barriers for under-represented groups.

Plant the Seeds: Opportunities to Grow Ontario's Fruit and Vegetable Sector

“Plant the Seeds: Opportunities to Grow Southern Ontario's Fruit and Vegetable Sector” is a new report that outlines the opportunity to expand the $2.2 billion of fruits and vegetables grown in Ontario, including more local production of fresh grapes, pears, strawberries, garlic, eggplant, sweet potatoes, apples, snap peas, cabbage—as well as vertical farming.

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