In this edition - February 1, 2019
Keeping pastures in tip-top shape is as much about what is done during the winter as it is during the summer.
Gene editing – the ability for researchers to identify and precisely tweak a single gene without changing the rest of the organism’s genetic structure – is poised to take selective breeding to new heights.
Solid yield levels and above average durum wheat quality created a price grind for durum wheat.
Net income in 2019 is expected to plateau, as the cost of farm inputs rises somewhat from 2018 and revenues flatten.
Most people, especially farmers and ranchers have a go-to for weather forecasts, but few know how they’re derived.
As producers across Canada continue to struggle with finding and keeping skilled labour, three innovative Canadians have partnered up to explore a highly sought-after solution – Robotics.
FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MAGAZINE
As the list of pest, weed and disease threats grows longer, so should the list of measures to keep them away.
Some farmers on the Prairies are feeling slightly nervous about their soil moisture so far this year as precipitation in some regions remains below normal.