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CWRC ups funding for wheat development

The Canadian Wheat Research Coalition has committed more than $22.6 million over five years to Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada for field-ready wheat variety development.

Mental health in ag training available

The Do More Agriculture Foundation and Farm Credit Canada have launched the third year of their national rural mental health training program, focused on mental health in the ag sector.

AWBC to hold in-person event

The Prairie Cereals Summit, hosted by the Alberta Wheat and Barley Commission, includes a full-day conference covering numerous agriculture industry topics and the Alberta Barley Commission AGM.
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Ideal conditions for soybeans

The soybean industry in Manitoba has grown rapidly over the last few years – due in part to better adapted varieties. However, soybean is still an inherently cold-sensitive crop. Research conducted by Ramona Mohr, research scientist at AAFC’s Brandon Research and Development Centre is looking to address cold, early season soil conditions to improve short-season soybean production. » Learn more

Super soybeans, super research

Soybeans have been an important crop to Canadian farmers for decades. In 1980, Statistics Canada reported 689,800 acres of soybeans were seeded in Canada – all of which were in Ontario. With more than 7-million acres seeded in 2017, soybeans have evolved to be one of the most widely grown crops in Canada, which is reflected in agricultural research nationwide. » Learn more
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Celebrating 20 years of ESN

ESN® SMART NITROGEN® has been in the field, helping reduce N loss in broadacre agriculture for 20 years. To celebrate our 20-year history and look ahead to the future, read up on a few little-known facts about the development of ESN » Learn more