As spring approaches, the crop protection community is set to work with producers to help stem the tide of herbicide resistance, encouraging the use of multiple modes of effective action for weed control , rather than a single method.
Old man winter is finally releasing his icy grip on Canada as a rapid warming in temperatures is expected during the second half of March. Hopefully, this should turn out to be the end of the brutal winter weather that has covered most of Canada over the past month.
African swine fever is an emerging threat to the agriculture sector worldwide, though quantifying the danger remains up for debate.
Cattle producers low on feed may be more tempted to put their cattle out on pasture as soon as the snow melts, but experts warn that comes with repercussions to both plant and animal health.
Mother Nature is throwing another curve ball this spring at weed forecasts, thanks to appreciable snowfall in some parts of the country’s farming areas that may spark flooding.
Canada's recent sale of durum wheat to Algeria indicates world prices may drop, probably because of the new crop expected soon.
If you find yourself struggling to figure out how to do it all and feeling completely overwhelmed in the process, the solution could be closer than you think.
Operating a farm is a 24-7 commitment. So is raising a family. Balancing the two can be a juggling act.
Canadian canola producers with high levels of green seed will still need to take extra care with managing their stored crop, say experts.
Cold conditions in North America have delayed development of winter wheat crops, but parts of Europe are getting an early start to the growing season, boosting early season development of crops.