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Eco Farm Days at Ramada Inn Cornwall, ON

February 24, 2018 at 8:30am to February 25, 2018 at 4:30pm
Sat, Feb 24:Full day of sessions on topics such as:Organic no-tillSoil Fertility ManagementNon Antibiotic Treatment of RuminantsFodder ProductionGarlic ProductionFeed QualityPlant BreedingPromoting Native PollinatorsAdapting to Climate Changeand morePlus a keynote presentation by Mary-Howell and Klaas Martens of Lakeview Organic Grains; farmers of 1400 acres and owner of a feed mill.Also a trade show with over 40 exhibitors and an all organic buffet lunch.Sun, Feb 25:Polyculture Livestock with…See More
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Agriculture Headlines from Farms.com Canada East News - click on title for full story

Timing for grape mealybug insecticide spray

Based on the way Movento moves in the grapevine and field observations, we are approaching the optimum timing for a Movento application for controlling mealybugs.

NatureFresh™ Farms Takes Home People’s & Kids’ Choice Awards at Leamington Greenhouse Vegetable Competition

The Tomato Capital of Canada, Leamington, ON, hosted its 11th annual Greenhouse Vegetable Awards this past weekend at the Leamington Fair. Showcasing the best greenhouse-grown produce from leading North American growers, family-owned NatureFresh™ Farms was awarded many top accolades, including People’s and Kids’ Choice Awards for 2018’s Hottest Tomato, the Tomberry®

Ensuring safety on Ontario’s farms

A farmer in Northumberland County has taken a step to improve the safety of his operation.

Get ready for the 'internet of cows': Farmers use technology to shake up agriculture

Get ready for the "internet of cows." Generations of farmers have relied on knowledge and family expertise to grow food, but the sector is set for a surge of disruption at the hands of made-in-Canada artificial intelligence-powered systems. AI is now helping farmers across the country to increase yields, save costs and minimize environmental damage. Instead of spreading fertilizer across acres of fields or spraying entire orchards with herbicides, they can now target their efforts for maximum effect.

Ag organizations prioritize mental health

Farm Credit Canada (FCC) and the Do More Agriculture (DMA) foundation have teamed up to promote mental health and wellness in the ag community.

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