Content by Treena Hein

The Rise of Pulses

According to Robyne Bowness Davidson, a pulse research scientist at Alberta Agriculture and Forestry (AF) in Lacombe, Alta., there is huge opportunity for the pulse industry due to demand for… Read More

Capturing Value, Funding Innovation

Accessing superior genetics and seed is one way to ensure that Canada remains competitive in global agriculture. We talk with industry experts about the mechanics of funding innovation in cereals… Read More

Clubbing Clubroot

On the Prairies, clubroot appeared in Alberta in 2003, in Saskatchewan in 2008 and Manitoba in 2013. As any grower can tell you, it’s a nasty canola disease that usually… Read More

Becoming One with the Machine

This new seeding innovation is one example of how new ideas are transforming precision ag. Agriculture – like all other sectors – is changing fast, with new technologies and computing… Read More