Read more: Organic grain seeding going ahead as prices remain flat
By Adam Peleshaty Glacier FarmMedia staff A brief break from dry conditions across western Canada was a much-needed gift for organic grain growers, as the precipitation allowed them to seed more of their crops into the ground. “(Seeding is) mostly complete, (it) will be in the next seven to 10 days. After the latest rain […]
By Phil Franz-Warkentin Glacier FarmMedia staff Organic grain bids held relatively steady across Canada in April despite large price moves in the conventional markets. End users are thought to be well supplied through previous contracts, with attention shifting to new crop growing conditions. “A lot of folks are wondering why organic markets are not moving […]
Read more: 2020 organics market characterized by strong demand *NOTE: Ontario and U.S. data was not available by press time. UPDATE: An earlier version of this chart contained an incorrect price for flax. We regret the error.
By Dave Bedard Glacier FarmMedia staff A Winnipeg company making what it bills as “go-green” inoculants has picked up approval for use of a phosphate-unlocking inoculant by organic canola, corn, wheat, barley and legume growers. XiteBio Technologies recently announced organic approvals in Canada and the U.S. for its XiteBio Yield+ liquid biological, which contains a […]