- RT @EvanElford: Wishing @FisherPam all the best in her retirement from #OMAFRA. Ontario's losing the 'berry' best fruit specialist #ontag… 4 months ago
- Listening to a discussion on local food entrepreneurship with CarpeDiemFarms, Cooper CSA and @durhamfarmfresh #DurhamRegion @CPuterbough 5 months ago
- Great info about product development at Durham's Local Food Entrepreneurship Workshop @durhamfarmfresh @CPuterbough https://t.co/9NXFDchKX0 5 months ago
- RT @FisherPam: Bringing hops home...thanks Laurie @clearvalleyhops. Great tour stop with Great Lakes Fruit Workers. https://t.co/dkfJgHDzTm 5 months ago
- Check and re-check that haskap bird netting! bit.ly/1thpa0d #haskap #nethaskapsearly #replaceoldnetting https://t.co/V985KGI6FK 10 months ago
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From OMAFRA Stakeholder Communications: Did you know? Faulty electrical systems cause approximately 40 per cent of barn fires with a determined cause, making it one of the leading known causes of barn fires. What can you do?
From OMAFRA Stakeholder Communications: Municipalities are responsible for developing their own by-laws. Your municipality may have passed by-laws that determine if you can remove a tree from your land or woodlot. These by-laws may include conditions that affect how you … Continue reading
Windbreaks can increase crop yields up to 15 per cent, more than making up for the amount of land they use. How? Windbreaks improve a field’s microclimate by reducing wind speeds, increasing temperatures and reducing the amount of moisture loss.
Although we had a mild winter this year, Ontario winters are typically cold and bring a lot of snow. Plan ahead and plant a windbreak before next winter – windbreaks are an effective way to trap snow and prevent snow … Continue reading
With the warm temperatures this week, older ginseng gardens are quickly emerging. A few seedlings are also beginning to emerge in the warmest areas. Ginseng at this stage of development is highly prone to all three foliar diseases: Alternaria, Botrytis … Continue reading
Ag. Biomass Day- Research and Markets: March 27, 2015 The Ontario Biomass Producers Co-operative (OBPC) is holding its Ag Biomass Day 2015 on Friday, March 27 in Guelph, Ontario. The event will focus on research activities of interest to switchgrass … Continue reading
This announcement was brought to my attention and I thought I would re-post it. These webinars will be very informative! Next Generation IPM – a webinar series for field vegetable growers | The webinars will run on Mondays from Noon … Continue reading