With the right technology, food can be grown anywhere. Food doesn’t always come from the field – sometimes it can be grown inside.
Insects are common fare in many parts of the world. In recent years, edible insects like crickets and mealworms are gaining in popularity in Canada.
The use and availability of pesticides is regulated by Health Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA). The PMRA must deem products safe for people and the environment before farmers can use them.
Science and creativity are critical tools for apple growers. These characteristics have fostered more efficient production methods – from genetic tools to new orchard designs.
New variety of sweet potato designed to grow in shorter spring and summer seasons.
Take a tour of a farm that uses irrigation. Learn why it’s needed, how to conserve the water source and only use the water needed for crops.
Tour a Water Buffalo farm and see for yourself what they look like and how they are cared for in Canada.