Saskatchewan Research Council Publishes New Research on GHG Impact of Pulses in Western Canada

by | May 27, 2019 | Legumes, Report, Research

A new study by the Saskatchewan Research Council in collaboration with Pulse Canada highlights the role of peas and lentils in reducing overall greenhouse gas emissions of Western Canadian cropping systems.

The researchers compiled data from over 20 published studies in Western Canada to provide a robust understanding of how peas and lentils reduce GHG emissions by reducing synthetic nitrogen requirements of rotations.

The full study, published in Agricultural Systems, can be accessed here.

Source: Pulse Canada