Organic commodity prices holding firm after falling

Glen Hallick Glacier FarmMedia staff Prices for most organic commodities have been firm during May, with little prospect of them changing, according to a number of dealers. “I don’t think they’ll go down anymore until harvest,” said Bryce Lobreau of Pristine Prairie Organics in Pipestone, Man. Lobreau said Pristine was paying C$7.50 per bushel delivered […]

Riding the learning curve on organic no-till

Farmers are pushing the boundaries of roller-crimping winter rye and direct seeding soybeans behind Planting soybeans into a just-terminated cover crop of winter rye is gaining popularity among Ontario’s organic community, as farmers strive to introduce minimum-till strategies into their rotations. No-till planting has so far not become common in any other crops under organic […]