Canada - Government invests in grain research to benefit growers in Eastern Canada

The Government of Canada is investing in grain research to increase yields for Canadian producers. The Canadian Field Crops Research Alliance will receive up to $4 million to develop new grain and oilseed varieties that are tailored to meet the needs of the marketplace and increase profitability for farmers.
Monday 20 September 2010 (7 years 10 months 30 days ago)
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The Government of Canada is investing in grain research to increase yields for Canadian producers. The Canadian Field Crops Research Alliance will receive up to $4 million to develop new grain and oilseed varieties that are tailored to meet the needs of the marketplace and increase profitability for farmers.

Research will focus on six field crops, including winter wheat, grain corn, soybeans, spring wheat, oats and barley, and work to develop new varieties with increased yields and more resistance to drought and disease. Variety development will also target new markets in the food, industrial and feed markets both here in Canada and around the world.

http://www.agr.gc.ca/cb/index_e.php?s1=n&s2=2010&page=n100913

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