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We created The Wheat News as a way to share wheat and wheat industry news with our producer audience, giving you tools and information to help run your business. With the mind of furthering this service to our customers, we’ve launched The Wheat News Plus, a digital newsletter that will bring you more great wheat insights.

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STAY THE COURSE!

Resist the temptation! DO NOT allow the chance to sell 2021 soybeans for $17.00 impact the production potential of your 2022 wheat. Even at todays prices, it takes a very large increase in soy yield to replace the net revenue decrease in your following wheat crop if you delay planting this fall.

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What is all the Buzz About?

Winter canola has been gaining popularity across the province for the last few years. Much of the Mercedes looks great this spring and is already in the early bloom stage! Learn what the next management steps are and what to plan for if you are looking at planting this summer.

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Introducing Seeds Canada!

Seeds Canada has sprouted! Four seed sector organizations all voted in favour of amalgamation to become one new, national organization. Read more to learn what this means for the Canadian seed sector.

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Keeping your 2021 Wheat Crop Standing Until the Finish Line

Heading into winter, the 2021 crop looked tremendous in many parts of the province. Plant growth regulators can play a crucial role in keeping your wheat crop standing all season long to maximize full yield potential. Read more to learn if PGR’s are right for your crop along with product selection and application timing.

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Not all Heroes Wear Capes

From the initial cross to a finished line, it may take up to 10 years to bring a new variety to the market. It takes a dedicated and hard-working team to manage 4000 research plots every year! Read more to learn what the C&M Seeds Research Team looks for in a variety and the exciting trials they have planned for 2021.

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Boots on the ground = Status Report!

It is estimated that over 1 million acres of winter wheat were seeded in Ontario this fall, most of which were seeded into great conditions within the optimum planting window. Now is a good time to reflect on how things are progressing and where we may want to go from here with our winter wheat management. Read more to learn what the Ontario Cereal Specialist observed this fall!

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