CleanFARMS is running a free obsolete pesticide and livestock medication collection program from Oct. 3-7 at 20 agri-retail locations.
Last week, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang announced that stable canola trade between Canada and China will continue until 2020.
Richardson International Limited will be expanding its Richardson Pioneer retail crop input network across Canada. Construction will begin on three new crop input centres in Saskatchewan this fall and Richardson will be announcing new builds across the Prairies.
The Alberta Wheat Commission (AWC) is pleased to announce an investment of $720,625 in five research projects that will provide Western Canadian wheat farmers with innovative tools and solutions to improve crop performance and net profitability.
The Canada and Manitoba governments have invested more than $210,000 in a new vegetable research site near Winkler, focused on improving yields, developing new varieties and creating opportunities for potato, sweet potato and carrot growers.
CleanFARMS is once again collecting unwanted or obsolete pesticides and livestock medications at no cost to Canadian producers.