Ontario Grain Farmer
The magazine of Grain Farmers of Ontario
SEPTEMBER 2014
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Combine maintenance
Tony Palermo
Proper grain storage
Rachel Telford
Tragedy results in education
Erin Calhoun
Similar but not the same
Blair Andrews
Palmer Amaranth
Edith Munro
Spring versus fall strip tillage
Melanie Epp
Soybean prices
Treena Hein
Representation for oat and barley
Meghan Burke
Common ground at IOPD conference
Jeanine Moyer
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE
Grains in Action Summitt
Mackenna Roth
The future of Ontario winter wheat
Erin Calhoun
Leading by example
Rachel Telford
IN EVERY ISSUE
The blame game
From the CEO's Desk
GFO Newsletter for September 2014
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Business side: Measuring instincts
CONVERSATIONS WITH BUSINESS EXPERTS
In the news
NEWS BITES THAT MATTER
Future of Grain
HIGHLIGHTING THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY IN GRAIN PRODUCTION AND UTILIZATION
Cropside: What's infecting soybeans?
AGRONOMIC INFORMATION FROM ONTARIO'S CROP SPECIALISTS
Research roundup
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Combine maintenance
PREPARING FOR HARVEST
Tony Palermo

AFTER MONTHS OF watching the weather forecast, scouting for insects, and battling weeds, it’s time for harvest and the whole other set of worries that accompany this busy time of year. To help put your mind at ease over one aspect of the season —
Digging deeper into soil quality
WHEN IT COMES TO UNDERSTANDING the ins and outs of soil quality, are growers currently getting only a small part of the picture? The simple answer, according to a University of Guelph researcher, is “yes.” By using advanced X-ray
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Making tracks
WHILE WHEELED TRACTORS continue to be the vehicle of choice for farmers in North America, tracked tractors have been gaining more of a foothold in the high horsepower market in recent years. PHOTO: CHALLENGER MT 700E SERIES.Improving
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