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The following is a statement from Agriculture and Fisheries Minister Alan McIsaac:, I would like to clarify recent misinformation about the importation of honey bees to Prince Edward Island. While the province does allow the import of honey bees from other jurisdictions, a strict import protocol...
Canada's federal, provincial, and territorial (FPT) agriculture ministers met in Ottawa yesterday to help Canadian farmers and food processors grow their businesses. Ministers discussed next steps toward developing the forthcoming agricultural policy framework, and they will reconvene in July...
Agriculture is the largest contributor of any resource sector to the economy of Prince Edward Island. Rainfall patterns have changed in recent years and in some cases, some farmers are interested in irrigating crops to ensure yield and quality. One potential method for obtaining water for...
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Protecting Prince Edward Island’s world-famous soil is something John Hooper takes very seriously. Hooper, who is the president of the PEI Soil and Crop Improvement Association, was on hand to help two cabinet ministers bury white cotton underwear at Oyster Cove Farms in Hamilton, as part of the...