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Reading Time: 3 minutes Glacier FarmMedia – The AgriCup tire debut during the American 2019 Farm Progress Show had a few farmers scratching their heads. “Are those tires supposed to look like that? I think they need some air,” said a show attendee at the Galileo Wheel booth to company co-founder Avishay Novoplanski. The AgriCup is built with more … Read more
Farmers in the province are dealing with high-moisture and frost-damaged corn this season
Global chemicals production improved slightly in October after stable activity in September.
Trend follows upward revisions in July and August.
Montreal, QC — The city of Montreal has kicked off a pilot project aimed at reducing the impacts of “last mile” delivery by replacing delivery trucks with
Chris Hesch of Sharp Transportation died on the job, but not on the road. He isn't the only one. Fleet yards are supposed to be safe, controlled settings.
The 2019 Ontario winter wheat crop has millers reporting excellent quality. Most of the 2019 wheat crop was graded a No. 1 or No. 2 this year, with No. 2 being average for an Ontario crop, says Joanna Follings, OMAFRA cereals specialist. While yield was on the lower side for this year, and there were … Read more
Western bean cutworm is now the most economically significant pest of corn in Ontario, and its rise took seed companies by surprise. As a result, genetically engineered resistance to western bean cutworm (WBC) has been slow moving into the market. WBC larvae feed on the silk of corn ears, and also … Read more
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