Growing Ontario Together: Justin Bell, grain farmer
Apr 25, 2018

Video: Growing Ontario Together: Justin Bell, grain farmer


Grain Farmers of Ontario is proud to be part of Grow Ontario Together, a collaboration of agriculture organizations that are currently working on phosphorus reduction in the Great Lakes. They recognize the need to work together — with each other, with the public, with environmentalists, with municipalities, concerned citizens and with governments. To reduce phosphorus, Grain Farmers of Ontario is working on:
• 4R Nutrient Stewardship Strategy — ensures right source, right time, right place, and right amount of fertilizer
• Soil management — field mapping and soil testing to make best nutrient management decisions
• Cover Crops — reduces soil erosion and nutrient losses, while adding organic matter to soil


 

Growing Ontario Together: Justin Bell, grain farmer

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