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Canada’s Organic Industry Small, but Booming

Canada’s Organic Industry Small, but Booming Winnipeg Free Press By Laura Rance Published July 29, 2017 In the grand scheme of things, Canada’s organic industry is tiny, representing only about four per cent of an agriculture and food sector that generates about $108 billion annually. But there aren’t many sub-straits of agriculture that can boast […]

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Amazon’s Whole Foods buyout: What farmers are saying

Amazon’s Whole Foods buyout: What farmers are saying Bon Appetit By Mackenzie Wagoner Published June 29, 2017 Since Amazon announced plans to buy Whole Foods last week, headlines have been rampant with speculation over how the two companies plan to work together. “If we’re talking about getting organic into more consumer’s hands, we know that […]

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Economic Geology

Phosphorite-Economics – Economic Geology – Bulletin of the society of economic geologists, May 2017. Sedimentary and Igneous Phosphate Deposits: Formation and Exploration: An Invited Paper Peir K. Pufahl and Lee A. Groat Phosphorite-Economic Geology

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Western Canadian Rock Phosphate Incubation Study

Western Canadian Rock Phosphate Incubation Study By Elston Solberg March, 2017 Phosphate (P2O5) is a vital element for plant growth and generally considered the second most important plant nutrient after nitrogen. The base source for most phosphate fertilizers is rock phosphate. Direct application of rock phosphate has been demonstrated to be effective for providing plant […]

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Go big or go home… or go organic

Organic farming provides a living conventional methods no longer do by Laura Rance • Posted: 01/7/2017 Making a seeding plan for the coming crop year is a complicated process for Prairie farmers. While market prices play a big role in their decisions, crop rotations can be equally important to profitability because they boost fertility and […]

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Agronomic Properties of the Wapiti and Fernie Rock Phosphate

By Lawrence Klusa, P.Ag. The chemical structure of both the Wapiti and Fernie rock phosphate deposits is similar. Both deposits have approximately 18% to 24% of the rock being phosphoric acid P2O5 (also know as phosphorus pentoxide or diphosphorus pentoxide or phosphorus anhydride). The other major components are 31% to 35% are calcium oxide CaO […]

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