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50 Million Tree Program

The 50 Million Tree Program is a pledge from the Ontario government to plant 50 million trees across the province by 2025. The program…

Started by Forests Ontario

0 Sep 16, 2014

Anyone having difficulty deciding who to vote for in the Ontario election? Who do I dislike the least?

I am having trouble deciding who to vote for. After watching the leaders on tv the past week, I am not convince I like any of them.   Wynne…

Started by Roadrunner

3 Jun 2, 2014
Reply by OntAG Admin

96% of Ontario Farmers are neglecting this Spring Chore.

It’s that time of year again – the time when goals are set and plans are put in motion. Spring means doing what needs to be done now to giv…

Started by Chris Allen

4 Aug 6, 2012
Reply by Roadrunner

Biogas is more than energy

The Ontario biogas industry association (www.apao.ca) would like to expand knowledge of biogas - what it is and its benefits - inside and o…

Started by Daniel Bida

11 Apr 5, 2011
Reply by Kevin Stewart

Corn and Soybean Agronomy Updates: Several videos - Is there anything you want to report?

Soybean Crop Thoughts Corn Crop Update

Started by OntAG Admin

1 Jul 24, 2010
Reply by Joe Dales

Poisonous hogweed -A poisonous plant that can cause boils and blindness - Have you spotted any?

Poisonous Hogweed. Have you spotted any in your fields?   A poisonous plant that can cause boils and blindness.    The sap is photosensit…

Started by AgOntario

2 Jul 20, 2010
Reply by Jacqui Laporte

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

GoBeans.ca : New Look and Updated Content!

The Ontario Pulse Crop Committee are very pleased to announce that GoBeans.ca has been updated! The home of our annual dry bean performance testing data has a fresh, new look. Head over to GoBeans.ca to find:

Canada, United States agree on application of zones to allow safe trade in the event of an African swine fever outbreak

Today, Canada's Chief Veterinary Officer (CVO), Dr. Jaspinder Komal, working in collaboration with the United States' CVO, Dr. Jack Shere, issued the following statement:

Western Bean Cutworm Trapping Resources

Western bean cutworm trapping will be starting in early June. For those who are interested in trapping this year, I have provided a few resources below including Trap Set up and Monitoring Instructions, and a Trap Supply Checklist and Trap Supply Companies document. Those setting up trap sites are encouraged to include the traps on the Great Lakes Pest Monitoring Network at: https://arcg.is/0K5rnG

Ridgetown Ag Breakfast Meeting Minutes – May 21, 2019

“It is bizarre that winter wheat is at the flag leaf stage and emerging at the same time.” Peter Johnson

Fire Blight Infection Risk Continues

Warmer temperatures and rain forecast this week put apple and pear orchards in bloom at risk of fire blight infection The fire blight prediction maps for apple and pear continue to be updated as more orchards in the earlier regions of the province enter into bloom. High to extreme infection risk is predicted for many regions in the southwest this week with rain in the forecast. Management will be critical during this time particularly if there is active fire blight in your orchard or neighbourhood.

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