The process of plant breeding can be a long and complicated one, but we talk to three experts who boil it all down.
Content by Marc Zienkiewicz
Syngenta Canada launches a new co-pack, Apron Maxx with Intego, for western Canadian pulse growers looking to control seed and soil-borne diseases includingÂ Fusarium,Â PythiumÂ andÂ RhizoctoniaÂ and address growing concerns posed by Aphanomyces root… Read More
New numbers from Statistics Canada confirm Alberta as the top honey producing province in Canada. â€œAlberta produced 42.8 million pounds in 2015, which up 20.4 per cent from 35.5 million… Read More
Alberta Barleyâ€™s board of directors has re-elected director-at-large Mike Ammeter as chairman and region three director Jason Lenz as vice-chairman following the commissionâ€™s 2015 annual general meeting last week. â€œI… Read More
Although Jan Slaski will admit that hemp acres are still small in Alberta, donâ€™t tell him itâ€™s a niche crop. The researcher with Alberta Innovates Technology Futures doesnâ€™t care for that term.