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Alberta Investing $7 million in East Central Irrigation Project

The Alberta government along with the Municipal District of Acadia, the Special Areas Board and the Canada Infrastructure Bank, are investing $7 million to continue the planning of a large-scale irrigation project to be located in east central Alberta, a Dec. 5 news release said.

Bringing Down Nitrous Oxide Emissions on the Farm

Trying to reduce the inescapable nitrous oxide emissions that come from farming. While it’s inevitable that as grower you’ll have nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions, there...

Canadian Food Prices to Rise by Five to Seven Per cent in 2023

Canadians can expect to pay five to seven per cent more for their food in 2023, data released in Canada’s Food Price Report 2023 said.

Climate Change and Heat Stressed Spuds

The effect of rising temperatures due to climate change on potato production. As headlines during growing seasons repeatedly talk of record temperatures, potatoes are struggling...

Potato Agronomist Emily Ford Picked as Nuffield Scholar

Emily Ford, a senior agronomist with Quattro Ventures in Bow Island, Alta., has been chosen as one of this year’s Nuffield Canada scholars, a...

Strong Demand Expected for Farm Equipment

Farm Credit Canada (FCC) is expecting demand for farm equipment to continue to be strong in 2023, FCC's farm equipment market outlook said. The...

Alberta Investing $7 million in East Central Irrigation Project

The Alberta government along with the Municipal District of Acadia, the Special Areas Board and the Canada Infrastructure Bank, are investing $7 million to continue the planning of a large-scale irrigation project to be located in east central Alberta, a Dec. 5 news release said.

Bringing Down Nitrous Oxide Emissions on the Farm

Trying to reduce the inescapable nitrous oxide emissions that come from farming. While it’s inevitable that as grower you’ll have nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions, there...

Canadian Food Prices to Rise by Five to Seven Per cent in 2023

Canadians can expect to pay five to seven per cent more for their food in 2023, data released in Canada’s Food Price Report 2023 said.

Climate Change and Heat Stressed Spuds

The effect of rising temperatures due to climate change on potato production. As headlines during growing seasons repeatedly talk of record temperatures, potatoes are struggling...

Potato Agronomist Emily Ford Picked as Nuffield Scholar

Emily Ford, a senior agronomist with Quattro Ventures in Bow Island, Alta., has been chosen as one of this year’s Nuffield Canada scholars, a...

Strong Demand Expected for Farm Equipment

Farm Credit Canada (FCC) is expecting demand for farm equipment to continue to be strong in 2023, FCC's farm equipment market outlook said. The...