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To Spray or Not to Spray? Panel Discussion at Online

February 12, 2021 from 10am to 12pm
Off-target pesticide movement can have serious consequences. Not only to a crop, but it can increase insurance premiums, damage reputations and hurt our entire industry. In this all-star panel discussion, we’ll discuss the risks and best practices associated with crop protection in Ontario. See More
Jan 19, 2021
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Farm Crops, Ag Association

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At 9:43am on December 24, 2015, Joe Dales said…

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