Participants will learn: â€˘ How new technology is changing the way customers interact with companies they buy products from â€˘ How the seed sector can create more value in a world where common business wisdom is being turned on its head â€˘ How we
As children, we were taught to choose our words carefully. To think before we speak. Major figures within the Canadian and global seed industries have taken that lesson to heart. â€śWe need to tell our story in the right way, in a consistent way, and
Participants will learn about: â€˘ The latest in soybean research â€˘ New soybean varieties for the Prairies â€˘ How you can advise grower customers in Manitoba, SaskatchewanÂ and AlbertaÂ whoÂ are thinking of growing soybeans Speakers: â€˘ Tom Warke
We chat with Toronto’sÂ George Bassel,Â professor of plant computational biology in the University of Birminghamâ€™sÂ School of Biosciences in the U.K., about the decision-making processes of plants and how we can harness them to create more re
Ron DePauw, science adviser for SeCan, talks to us about barrier-free innovation and whether or not it’s possible, and tells the story of the discovery of midge-tolerant wheat. Oh, and he tells us why he’ll never actually retire.
Participants will learn how growers make seed-related decisions, and how factors like crop rotation and sustainability, weed control and seed health issues come into play. SPEAKERS: Sarah Foster, President, 20/20 Seed Labs Jim Downey, Research and De