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Curbing clubroot in Ontario canola

During a recent canola growers’ day at Arthur, Ont., Dan Orchard, an agronomist with the Canola Council of Canada, brought his years of experience managing clubroot in Alberta to Ontario growers. Canola fields affected by clubroot were first found last year in Ontario. With some diligence, Orchard said, the problem should be able to be […] Read more





Community Conversations May Lead to Your Next Big Idea

Regular meetings with others from your community can help you grow your business. Find out how you can start one in your area. •Forming a meeting group with like-minded business people is a simple but effective approach to professional development •Farm visits are a great way to learn how others are integrating new technology and […] Read more




Hog farmers at Ontario Pork Congress optimistic

Glacier FarmMedia’s John Greig attended the recent Ontario Pork Congress in Stratford, Ont., and spoke with the chair of Ontario Pork about the future of the province’s pork industry and what role international markets are likely to play in the coming future.


Why Ontario needs a clean seed program for garlic growers

Michael Celetti, OMAFRA’s horticulture pathologist, talks with John Greig, Ontario field editor for Glacier FarmMedia, about how garlic growers would be assured they aren’t getting contaminated seed if they had more protocols and certification.