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Office Manager

Amanda has been with OMEX for over 14 years, and is the operational lead that keeps OMEX running like a well-oiled machine.  Amanda grew up on a small acreage just outside Southport, Manitoba, so agriculture is in her “roots”.  In her spare time, she enjoys downhill skiing, going to the cottage and spending time making memories with her husband and son.


Latest News

  • Alleviating crop stress

    Alleviating crop stress is crucial for ensuring healthy plant growth, optimal yield, and overall productivity. Crop stress can result from various factors, including adverse weather conditions, water scarcity, nutrient deficiencies or imbalances, pest and disease infestations, and poor soil conditions. Here are strategies to alleviate crop stress and promote healthy crop growth: Water Management: Nutrient […]

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  • Crop tolerance to cold stress

    Crop tolerance to cold stress, often referred to as cold tolerance, refers to a plant’s ability to survive and thrive in cold or suboptimal temperatures. Cold stress can occur during various stages of a plant’s growth, from germination and seedling establishment to flowering and fruiting. Plants that are adapted to cold climates or have developed […]

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  • Soil compaction and soil nutrients that can help

    Soil compaction occurs when soil particles are compressed, reducing pore spaces and negatively impacting aeration, water infiltration, and nutrient movement within the soil. To address soil compaction and enhance soil structure and fertility, specific soil nutrients and management practices can be employed: 1. Organic Matter: 2. Calcium (Ca): 3. Magnesium (Mg): 4. Phosphorus (P), Nitrogen […]

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