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Lemken makes a play into camera-AI precision for inter-row cultivation

With pressure building in Europe for a ban on glyphosate, equipment manufacturers are thinking ahead to assist farmers in removing weeds mechanically.

New Canadian Plant Health Council unveiled

There’s been a new council made for the plant health sector.

New market access granted for Canadian livestock in ASEAN region

It was an exciting day for trade between Canada and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) region.

Damning glyphosate court case may be re-tried

A recent California court case that found Monsanto guilty and awarded punitive damages of more than US$250 million is one step closer to being put to a re-trial, after superior .

Dryer catches fire at Saskatchewan grain terminal

A major fire broke out late October 11 at the North West Terminal approximately one kilometre east of the town of Unity, Sask.

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RealAg Radio, Oct 17: Mountain-made cheese, winter storage prep, and goat milk growing pains

We’re mid-way through this week and occasional RealAg Radio host Lyndsey Smith has managed somehow to keep the show rolling in Shaun Haney’s absence (no, that’s not a weed joke).

RealAg Radio, Oct 16: Corn basis, pumpkin spice, road safety, and ag education in the east

On today’s edition of RealAg Radio, Lyndsey Smith asks the eternal question of Jessika Guse: pumpkin spice, yay or nay? Of course, it’s not all fun and games while Lyndsey is .

RealAg Radio, Oct 15: So much vomitoxin, vet tech week, and farmer as identity

It’s Monday, which means RealAg Radio is all about agronomy — or at least mostly.

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Dear Zoe: Women in agriculture shine light on females in farming

Tips for setting up a new grain dryer

Farmer as identity: the heavy weight of trade deals, succession, and scrutiny

Change blades in seconds with new mower-conditioner

Heavily diseased corn crop has farmers wondering how to market tonnage

Loss of Class 7 — not access — the larger USMCA problem, says economist

Wheat School: Search continues for weapons in battle against wheat midge


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