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Field Crop News

Field Crop News is an archive of information dedicated to the production of over 8.5 million acres of field crops in Ontario and a forum for which producers, researchers and industry personnel can share information and ideas. The crop technology team with the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA), faculty at the University of Guelph and Ontario field crop producers continually work together to find ways to improve field crop production. The key learning and outcomes from these collaborations are captured at “Field Crop News”.

The news posts below are written by the Field Crop News team.

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Understanding Precision Agriculture: Where do Management Zones Make Sense?

Thursday, January 19, 2017

GROWERS MIGHT KNOW from experience that they have areas in their fields that consistently deliver high yields season after season — and other parts that just aren’t very productive at all. But is having that knowledge enough for growers to optimize inputs and yield potential in each area of a field so that their overall profitability is higher and their...

Canadian Organic Growers’ Organic Field Crop Handbook, 3rd Edition

Thursday, January 19, 2017

The updated Organic Field Crop Handbook is now available for purchase on the Canadian Organic Growers’ website.  The cost is $45.00 (448 pages).   From the website: “This handbook is divided into five sections. Section One covers the principles upon which organic management practices are based along with an overview of the organic certification process. Section Two focuses on soil management, Section...

Student Field Crop Assistant Jobs Available

Thursday, January 12, 2017

Division/Branch:      Economic Development Division / Agriculture Development Branch Position Title:             Field Crop Assistant Job Term:                     Temporary for 18 weeks Salary:                           $12.25 / hour, based on a 36.25 hour work week Closing Date:              Jan 30, 2017...

Prevent Farm Fires

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Did you know? Faulty electrical systems cause approximately 40 per cent of farm building fires with a determined cause, making it one of the leading known causes of farm fires. What can you do? Regular inspections and maintenance are key to reducing the risk of a fire. We recommend that you work with a professional to inspect and monitor your...

2016 Corn Seasonal Summary

Thursday, December 15, 2016

Spring Cool but dry conditions prevailed for the start of the corn growing season as May transitioned from a cooler than average April. May remained dry, with few precipitation events to delay planting.  A few localized pockets in Southern Ontario were the exception, which received regular rainfall during the first half of the month. Planting started in earnest in many...

Call before you cut!

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Jennifer Jarvis, Stakeholder Communications and Marketing Advisor, OMAFRA Municipalities are responsible for developing their own by-laws. Your municipality may have passed by-laws that determine if you can remove a tree from your land or woodlot. These by-laws may include conditions that affect how you carry out the work, including the need for a qualified professional and/or a permit to complete the...

Interpreting Your Soil Test Results

Monday, December 12, 2016

Regular soil testing is a critical component of good crop production. It allows you to monitor soil fertility levels, identify potential for nutrient deficiencies, and make fertilizer decisions based on the best possible information. Perhaps you had samples taken this fall and sent off, and have received the soil test report back (see Figure 1 for an example). Whether you...

Has the adoption of genetically engineered (GE) crops resulted in more herbicide resistant weeds in Ontario?

Monday, December 05, 2016

The increased acreage of genetically engineered (GE) crops planted in Ontario has not led to an increase in herbicide resistant weeds according to results from the University of Guelph’s testing laboratory. Table 1 summarizes the number of species confirmed as resistant to common herbicides used in Ontario over the past 40 years. There are currently fewer species resistant to glyphosate,...

Understanding Precision Agriculture: Do something with your data

Friday, December 02, 2016

Precision Agriculture Advancement for Ontario: This article is part of a series dedicated to helping farmers understand and implement precision agriculture technology. It is based on research conducted by Nicole Rabe, Ian McDonald, and Ben Rosser at OMAFRA, in conjunction with Mike Duncan, Sarah Lepp, and Gregor MacLean at Niagara College. “I’VE BEEN COLLECTING all of this yield data from my...

Dry Edible Bean 2016 Seasonal Summary

Thursday, December 01, 2016

Planting and Development Dry edible bean acres were lower in 2016 than they were in 2015. The total number of insured acres of white beans in 2016 was 46,194 acres, a significant reduction from the 62,693 acres planted in 2015. Coloured bean acres totaled 60,668 acres in 2016 compared to 71,855 acres in 2015. Acreage was reduced in each of...

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