While rain made an appearance Tuesday morning, sunshine is expected to take over for the rest of the week.
Canada’s agriculture minister highlighted the more than $62-billion in trade Canada and the US share in a speech to the U.S. National Association of State Departments of Agriculture Annual Meeting.
Survey results from more than 100 processing vegetable growers confirm overwhelming support for the grassroots representation of a provincial board.
Gates open Tuesday morning at the site of the International Plowing Match and Rural Expo, south of Walton in Huron East.
Federal money is being poured into a University of Guelph project to develop ways to help protect plants, animals and people from invasive pests and diseases.
As harvest begins along Lake Huron and Georgain Bay along with other parts of the province, growers are seeing the affect of the 2016 drought.
Five other provinces have already adopted regulations to oversee organic claims.
The federal government is investing $265,375 to help Mushrooms Canada promote and education consumers on the nutritional benefits of fresh mushrooms and to look at developing a market in Japan.
The latest World Agricultural And Supply Demand Estimates are out from the USDA.
Nicole Swain, a Durham Region teacher, developed a Farm Connections High School Program to lead students through interactive, science-based agricultural topics.