Sarah B. Hood's articles
Ontarian bakers used everything from hearth fires to factories in the 1800s.
Late blight is a deadly, fast-spreading fungus that could decimate potatoes, yet every year home gardeners unwittingly risk spreading the disease.
Ontario chicken farmers were traditionally required to raise fewer than 300 birds per year or more than 100,000. But in January, a new program brought the province small-scale commercial chicken farms.
A farmers market pilot program allows grape wine to be sold but no other fermented fruit drinks. But support for the fast-growing industry could help Ontario apple growers, cider producers say.