Video: Canada’s Weekly Farm Update – April 18, 2014.

Watch Canada’s Weekly Farm Update to keep plug in to the latest agriculture news and markets information.

In this week’s video update: Glyphosate resistant kochia in the Red River Valley; Debbie Stabenow, chair of the Senate agriculture committee, is optimistic the coalition that endorsed the Farm Bill will stick; Western Canadian farmland value soared in 2013; Farm labour shortages; Crop scientists are trying to find ways to allow cereal crops to fix nitrogen as pulse crops do; McMillan’s Markets; Agronomists and economists in Manitoba say flax and soybeans are now the most profitable crops; It’s time to start checking those bins and bags; WP’s Bill DeKay visited a truck wash and produced a video essay.

To check out 2014’s most profitable crops, click here.


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Robin Booker — Robin Booker is a reporter and editor at Western Producer, specializing in social media, video and production issues. You can find him on twitter here: @CdnAg

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