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Bulletin électronique en français
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OMAFRA celebrates winners of the 2016 Premier’s Award for Agri-Food Innovation Excellence.
University of Guelph research identifies microbes that act as fungicide for millet and or grains.
Food waste is improving crop yields and reducing water consumption.
New Peterborough innovation centre is ready to help launch local food entrepreneurs into the market.
New varieties of fresh Canadian grapes coming soon thanks to research underway at Vineland.
University of Guelph professors get funding for research that benefits both human health and Ontario Agriculture.
Cows are at it again, from the original vaccine to a new super antibody.
University of Guelph researcher travels to Scotland in the name of animal welfare research.
University of Guelph researcher is looking into the connection between gut health and productivity in pigs.
University of Guelph scientists using x-rays to understand and create healthier fats.
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