Ontario Grain Farmer
The magazine of Grain Farmers of Ontario
NOVEMBER 2014
FEATURES
Innovative vision
Melanie Epp
Measuring your field print
Rebecca Hannam
Sorting through the data
Rachel Telford
Field forecasting
Melanie Epp
Protection and performance
Rachel Telford
Responsible use of neonicotinoids
Jocelyn Smith
Harvest weed management
Justine Lennox
Certified pre-owned
Amy Petherick
High speed planting
Rachel Telford
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE
Water quality and chemical efficacy
Melanie Epp
Winter insights
Rebecca Hannam
Starting production
Tony Palermo
Reseeding claims highest in 10 years
Agricorp
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Future of Grain
HIGHLIGHTING THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY IN GRAIN PRODUCTION AND UTILIZATION
Market side: Futures trading basics
LESSON 2: WHAT IS A FUTURES CONTRACT?
In the news
NEWS BITES THAT MATTER
GFO Newsletter for November 2014
GET THE LATEST NEWS FROM GRAIN FARMERS OF ONTARIO
Cropside: Corn leaf diseases
AGRONOMIC INFORMATION FROM ONTARIO'S CROP SPECIALISTS
Research roundup
FIND OUT WHAT'S NEW IN THE WORLD OF RESEARCH
Business side: Planning to sell?
CONVERSATIONS WITH BUSINESS EXPERTS
WEB SPECIAL
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 November 2014

Innovative vision
A GOOGLE GLASS REVIEW
Melanie Epp

RELEASED IN 2013, GOOGLE Glass is thought by some to be the next big thing in technology. Others think it is nothing more than an overpriced hands-free device. Ontario Grain Farmer magazine decided to see if it would benefit farmers.PHOTO:
Field forecasting
MANAGING HIS CLIENTS' 300,000 acres is no small feat, but certified crop advisor Dale Cowan of AGRIS Co-operative Ltd. does just that. He admits, though, that he wouldn’t be able to do it as efficiently if he wasn’t working in collaboration with
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Protection and performance
IN OTHER JURISDICTIONS, such as Europe, dust deflectors installed on air planters have been shown to reduce the amount of off-field dust generated during the planting of neonicotinoid treated corn and soybean seeds. Investigating the development
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