Company uses bees to apply, on demand, fungicide to plants.
CAAR is commited to: Unite, Educate & Advocate
A comparison of Canadian versus European approaches. Canadian agriculture has embraced innovative technologies and products, something that has been achieved through an efficient regulatory framework and widespread adoption.
A primer on navigating the complex terrain of agriculture commodity markets. Learn how to balance leadership and personal relationships while navigating management in various situations.
In the August 2023 CAAR Communicator, I rambled at length on the dock worker strike disrupting British Columbia ports and essentially shutting down a significant volume of Canadian exports to Asia.
Learn how to balance leadership and personal relationships while navigating management in various situations.
Working with Wabtec, the program will improve the fuel efficiency and performance of the railroad’s fleet.
CN and CPKC railroads detail their plans to provide Canada’s agricultural communities with the best possible service. But a port strike and continued episodes of wet weather can derail those plans.
CN and CP have moved a lot of grain this season—but could they do better?
Federal grant money is part of an $18 million project to improve the port’s import and export shipping.
Give your crop-growing customers these Agronomist tips for yielding better-performing soybean crops.
Canada’s Chief Science Adviser needs to use science
Dr. Stuart Smyth said that environmental sustainability is more important than economic sustainability
At the Sustainability of Canadian Agriculture Conference 2023, hosted by University of Manitoba’s National Centre for Livestock and the Environment and Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada in March, Henry Janzen, Honorary Research Associate, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Lethbridge, Alberta stated that the possibility of net-zero GHG (greenhouse gas) emissions from production agriculture as highly unlikely because of too much leakage.