Read more: Quality premiums, discounts to widen in organics post-harvest
UPDATED: Oct. 19, 2018 Read more: Organic crops show strong quality as Prairie harvest drags on *UPDATE: The previous chart incorrectly stated the price for western Canadian soybeans. We apologize for the error.
Read more: Canada’s organic sector books better-than-expected year (See our year-end organic summary price chart of our top five commodities in 2017 below)
By Karen Briere OrganicBiz staff Regina – Organic farmers who are looking for the biggest nitrogen gain from adding a pulse to their rotation might want to consider fababeans. Saskatchewan provincial special crops specialist Dale Risula told a recent workshop for organic producers that while all pulses fix nitrogen, fababeans are at the top of […]
By Jade Markus OrganicBiz staff Excess moisture at the tail end of the growing season has had a varied effect on organic spot prices. Scarcity of pulses is driving values higher, while feed grains are moving lower. Read more: Organic Price Quotes: Late November Pulses Despite an increase in seeded area, excess moisture during the final weeks […]