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JUNE/JULY 2016
FEATURES
Brazil builds up
Lois Harris
Merging mega-companies
Erin Calhoun
Tariff trouble
Jeanine Moyer
Market moves
Lois Harris
Busting food myths
Mark Carter
Modern maverick
Melanie Epp
On track
Treena Hein
Barley for health
Erin Calhoun
Rural rejuvenation
Treena Hein
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE
Safety straight talk
Maegan MacKimmie
Growing for a sweet niche
Jeanine Moyer
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Impact assessment
FROM THE CEO'S DESK
Market side: Futures trading basics
LESSON 18: TECHNICAL ANALYSIS, CHARTING
In the news
NEWS BITES THAT MATTER
Business side: Conservation authorities
CONVERSATIONS WITH BUSINESS EXPERTS
GFO Newsletter for June/July 2016
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Cropside: Pre-sidedress nitrate sampling
AGRONOMIC INFORMATION FROM ONTARIO'S CROP SPECIALISTS
Research roundup
FIND OUT WHAT'S NEW IN THE WORLD OF RESEARCH
Future of grain
HIGHLIGHTING THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY IN GRAIN PRODUCTION AND UTILIZATION
WEB SPECIAL
An agvocacy lesson
DEFENDING AGRICULTURE IN THE CLASSROOM
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Brazil builds up
BRAZIL'S CORN AND SOYBEAN CROPS ARE SOARING
Lois Harris

DESPITE A SHRINKING economy, logistical barriers, political upheaval, and uncooperative weather, Brazil is expected to produce a record 100 million tonnes of soybeans and 85 million tonnes of corn in 2015 - 2016.PHOTO: GETTING CORN AND SOYBEANS
An agvocacy lesson
“THE PESTICIDES FARMERS are using will cause bees to go extinct in five years.”When Braden and Shylah Hart heard that statement in their grade 9 Issues in Canadian Geography class, it didn’t sit right with them.“It didn’t make me feel very
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Safety straight talk
HOW DO YOU approach safety on your farm?  Each year, the Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA) hosts the Canadian Agriculture Safety Week focusing on a particular aspect of reducing farm-related injuries and death. This year, CASA
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