The October Communicator is now online and hitting mailboxes. This issue offers great information on industry developments and astute insight from expert sources to consider and contemplate. Check your mailbox for your print copy or visit caar.org/the-communicator to read online.

In this issue, discover how digital technology is changing the way retailers do business. From increasing flexibility through payment portals to online agronomic advice, adopting an e-business strategy is helping retailers create value for their customers and opportunity for themselves.

As well, learn about three innovative new weapons in the war against weeds, find out how recruitment agencies that specialize in agriculture can help you find and attract new talent, read about a retailer-led program that is connecting kids with their food, and see how CAAR helped to develop and promote a precision ag survey led by the University of Guelph.

Conference Registration Guide Inside!

If you have received a copy of the October issue, be sure to turn to the center section for your full 2020 CAAR Conference Registration Guide, including an agenda and speaker profile. Get ready – registration opens on Monday, October 14, 2019!

Information and insight that you can use – it’s all in the October 2019 issue of The Communicator!

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