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  • Victoria's cherry blossoms bloom while most of Canada freezes

    Jan 28/19, Category general

    It’s January in Canada, and the cherry blossoms are blooming. No, really. While much of Canada shivers through a...

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  • Lack of snow causing concern in southern Saskatchewan

    Jan 28/19, Category general

    Saskatchewan has been suffering a drought for the past two years — and the area around Regina is currently classified as...

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  • ‘Precision agriculture’ technologies helping Alberta farmers irrigate their fields, survey shows

    Jan 28/19, Category technology

    J.P. Claassen is just one of the hundreds of southern Alberta farmers using the latest technology to grow his fields. “We...

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  • Using TFWP can help resolve farm labour issues

    Jan 25/19, Category general

    With a labour market shortage leaving thousands of farm-related jobs empty, Canadian farmers are turning to temporary...

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  • Gene editing could boost producer profitability

    Jan 25/19, Category crops/grain

    Peter Pauls, a plant agriculture professor at the University of Guelph, is holding two clear plastic bags about the size of...

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  • Flaxseed market is holding up

    Jan 25/19, Category crops/grain

    Prairie cash bids for flaxseed continue to hold relatively stable. That's typical for this time of year - quieter trade flow...

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  • 2019 Myth Busters

    Jan 24/19, Category general crops/grain

    Busting the Myths Around ESN: Part 2 Last year, we shared a few of the most common myths around ESN and gave you the facts,...

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  • Cheap eats: New 'affordable food market' winning customers over

    Jan 24/19, Category general

    While many may think of Moncton's Peter McKee Community Food Centre as "just a food bank," Alicia Clarkson is very busy...

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  • New rules for B.C. farmers take aim at agricultural waste

    Jan 24/19, Category general

    B.C.'s Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy is announcing new rules for farmers, intended to protect water...

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  • Forestry and legumes shippers say railways prioritized other commodities

    Jan 24/19, Category general

    Canada's forestry and legume industries say the country's two major railways prioritized other commodities over their...

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