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Be safe when handling DON-infected corn because inhaling the fungi-derived poison can have serious health implications.
Many farmers are seeing record-high levels of the mould known as Deoxynivalenol (DON), a type of vomitoxin.
The Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA) believes Bill 47 signals the return of balance to Ontario workplaces.
A new report provides information that policy makers around the world need in order to make informed decisions that deal with climate change.
By Paul Bootsma This past week, October 22-26, has been Ontario Water Innovation Week. On Tuesday, the Everglades Foundation hosted a water tech workshop featuring the George Barley Water Prize (GBWP) in downtown Toronto. This included roundtable discussions on the benefits and challenges of implementing phosphorus removal and recovery technologies in the agricultural sector. The […]
Safety must be a top priority on and off the farm – especially now as farmers head out on the roads with equipment during harvest.
By Josh Kraemer This week, the CFFO hosted many of our members and partners on a stimulating day-long tour of several sites at the University of Guelph Research Stations in Elora. As one of the largest agricultural research farms in Canada, the Elora Research Station has over 2,300 acres dedicated to supporting intensive research in […]
The government’s own Barton Report, released in 2017, clearly identified the agri-food industry as one of the key sectors to drive growth and create jobs.
The roller coaster ride for the use of glyphosate continues due to recent rulings in California and Brazil.