Monthly Archives: June, 2021

Wheat Pete’s Word, June 30: Residual N, lodged wheat, flooded fields, and fungicide decisions

Lodged crops, flooded crops, and burning crops — there’s no scarcity of crops underneath stress this week in Canada. In fact, there are additionally...

How to Extract and Package Snail Slime (Snail filtrate) for Commercial Use

Snail slime may be described as a form of an exterior bodily mucus secretion containing 90% of water which is produced by the...

Canada still pursuing WTO dispute panel on canola, after China blocks initial request

The Canadian authorities is planning to file one other request for the World Commerce Group to determine a dispute settlement panel to have...

Chickens Haven’t Always Been Food, Study Finds

The rooster’s standing as one of many world’s hottest meals—each for its meat and eggs—was not at all times the case. New analysis from...

No surprise as canola acreage increases in latest StatsCan report

Statistics Canada launched its up to date acreage estimates for 2021 on Tuesday morning, most of which have been in line with expectations. Most...

Tree-dwelling, coconut-cracking giant rat discovered in Solomon Islands

Bear in mind the film The Princess Bride, when the characters debate the existence of R.O.U.S.es (Rodents of Uncommon Measurement), solely to be...

Soybean School: Fungicide strategies for protecting yield

We all know that planting a soybean crop is half the battle in getting good yields, however as soon as it’s rising and...

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Hemp transplanters: an agricultural technology breakthrough

Hemp has the potential to revolutionize many industries. With so many uses and benefits—from textiles, furniture, paper, clothes, biodegradable plastics, paint, insulation, biofuel, and...

Vegetable transplanters: an in-depth explanation of these automatic planter machines

Transplanters aren’t exactly a new agricultural technology. The first transplanter was a rice transplanter invented in 1898 by Heigoro Kawano. Transplanters for rice, vegetables,...

What’s new in tomato farming technology?

Tomatoes are one of the most economically significant crops in the world. It’s estimated that 188M tomatoes were produced worldwide in 2018. Tomato growers, on...