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University of Guelph

50 Stone Road East

Guelph, Ontario N1G 2W1

Canada

Company Description

The University of Guelph consists of seven colleges that offer undergraduate and graduate programs in the arts, agriculture, biological science, management and economics, physical and engineering science, social sciences, and veterinary medicine. It has a ... more

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Employment History

Director

Ridgetown College

Affiliations

WIN Advisor
Weather Innovations Incorporated

Vice-Chair, Board of Directors
CARES

Fellow
Canadian Society of Agronomy

Education

B.Sc.

University of Guelph

M.Sc.

University of Guelph

Ph.D. Degrees

University of Guelph

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A very timely Keynote Address entitled ...

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A very timely Keynote Address entitled "Battle scarred experience from the North American beachhead on neonic bans" will be presented by Ontario crop farmer and Field Crop IPM scientist, Dr. Art Schaafsma. Dr. Art Schaafsma , Professor in Field Crop Pest Management at the University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada's premier agricultural university, and has been intimately involved in the neonic debate in Ontario informing policy, conducting research, serving as a critic to protect the voice of science and to be the voice of practical reason. Dr. Schaafsma and his research team began studying neonic drift in 2013. Most recently they have studied the neonic issue as it relates to vacuum-style planters used for planting corn and soybeans as well as the use of newer seed coatings. Dr. Schaafsma will provide an overview of the forces at play in Ontario, the powers they wield, and the lessons to be learned for Minnesota corn and soybean crop production.


Corn Pest Coalition (EN) | Executive Members

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Dr. Art Schaafsma Professor, Field Crop Pest Management University of Guelph, Ridgetown Campus


Directory | Plant Agriculture

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Art Schaafsma Professor aschaafs@uoguelph.ca (519) 674-1500 x63624


DeRosa also has plans to collaborate ...

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DeRosa also has plans to collaborate with Art Schaafsma, a professor of plant protection in the department of plant agriculture at the University of Guelph Ridgetown Campus.

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Schaafsma and his team test samples for mycotoxins. This year, Schaafsma has begun investigating whether mycotoxins can be detected by sampling grain dust.
"We are developing the relationship between what's in the dust and the grain," Schaafsma said.


Dr. Art Schaafsma, ...

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Dr. Art Schaafsma, Professor, University of Guelph Ridgetown Campus and Smith have been working with the Canadian Corn Pest Coalition to monitor resistance to Bt corn in Canada since 2006. 

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