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Alberta Farmer Express — June 22, 2015

The damage is done — but how much worse will it get? It’s not a writeoff yet, but recovery potential is limited and a late harvest seems inevitable, says crop expert

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Manitoba Co-operator — June 18, 2015

After 70 years, farming still puts a spring in his step Cartwright farmer Jack Pawich says some things about farming never change

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Manitoba Co-operator — June 11, 2015

See ding 2015: The never-ending story Close to a million Manitoba acres could get reseeded and 90 per cent of them were canola

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Manitoba Farmer’s Voice — June 11, 2015

Mayfair farms Diversification and perseverance have brought success to the Giffin family

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Grainews — June 9, 2015

HERBICIDE-RESISTANT WEEDS CHANGING FARM PRACTICES Resistant weeds are driving U.S. farmers to actions like manual weeding

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Alberta Farmer Express — June 8, 2015

Top ag politicians pledge to work together Agriculture Minister Oneil Carlier says he and Wildrose critic Rick Strankman ‘both have the same goal in mind’

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Manitoba Co-operator — June 4, 2015

Canola crop succumbs to final blow with May 30 frost A blizzard, a frost, flooding, crusting, flea beetle and another frost have prompted many Manitoba farmers to reseed their canola

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