“I have a view worth hearing, but I might be missing something.” This is the attitude of an innovator described by top business mind, Roger L. Martin, at the virtual
Diverse crop rotations – those with a greater variety of crops over time – have been recently promoted as a means to conserve or increase of soil organic carbon, a key indicator of soil health. But taking a critical view of this claim, is it supported by science?
To till or not to till, if only there was an easy answer! Thankfully, a long-term research trial at the Ontario Crops Research Centre-Ridgetown can give us a place to start.
Originally posted in Farmtario: https://farmtario.com/crops/finding-the-right-fungus/?module=carousel Do you have fungus? Your fields certainly do, though the varieties vary based on several factors. While tillage levels, rotational diversity and cover crops affect
After eight years, the Midwest Cover Crops Council Conference is returning to Ontario! SOILS AT GUELPH is proud to co-host this virtual conference from February 23-25, 2021 alongside OMAFRA and
Soils at Guelph partnered with Grain Farmers of Ontario to host two webinars showcasing research from 65 years of long-term rotation trials at the Elora Research Station and Ridgetown Campus.
We are excited to announce planning is underway for a conference with the Midwest Cover Crop Council on February 24, 2021!
We are pleased to announce two new resources for Ontario farmers from the Midwest Cover Crop Council! First up: a new-and-improved Cover Crop Decision Tool. Building off the old decision