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Ontario Farmer Articles Must be an Ontario CCA in good standing. • Preference will be given to CCAs certified within the preceding five years.

The Ontario CCA office is always looking for more articles, so try your hand at composing one. Articles should be 500-600 words in length, deal with any agronomic topic or issue, and not contain any company or product specific promotion.

Below are the most recent articles written by fellow Ontario CCAs: 

Healthy Soils-Healthy Farms Part 1 -By Ross Wilson

Managing Volunteer Corn in Soybeans -By Jim Anderson

4R Nutrient Stewardship Certification Launches This Fall in Ontario-By Steph Kowalski

Fusarium Head Blight and its Control -By Dr. Tarlok Singh Sahota 

Sulphur in Row Crops -By Carley Matheson

Keeping Pastures Productive Despite the Weather -By Jack Kyle

Sweetcorn:What you should consider before selecting the right hybrid for your farm-By Jim Anderson

Considering Test Plots? -By Mike Bakker

Global Phosphorus Flows and Form-By Tom Bruulsema

Municipal Biosolids Programs Can Improve Soil Health- By Mark Janiec

Liming Acidic Soils to Improve Soil and Crop Productivity-By Dr. Tarlok Singh Sahota 

Soil Phosphorus Stratification-By Dr. Tom Bruulsema 

Foliar Nutrition-By Mike Bakker 

Phosphorus and Photosynthesis-By Dr. Tom Bruulsema 

Municipal Biosolids Application Using 4 R's Nutrient Management Stewardship-By Mark Janiec 

 

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