Communication. We talk a lot about it in this industry. I recently took over as vice-president of the Saskatchewan Seed Growers Association, and prior to that led the SSGAâ€™s publicity committee. Bolstering communication efforts was a huge part of d
Dave Carey, executive directorÂ of the Canadian Seed Trade Association sits down to talk about the Seed Synergy White Paper, which lays out a vision for the future of the seed sector. The document has been endorsed by allÂ six Seed Synergy organizati
We have seed regulations and laws in Canada for a number of important reasons: including protecting producers. These regulations improve the overall quality and reliability of seed in the marketplace, to protect farmers from buying seed of low qualit
Trade tensions between the United States and Canada have never been higher â€” a dramatic reversal from an 80-year history of successive trade agreements aimed to lower tariffs and increase trade between these two neighbours. Tensions rose when the U
Ksenija Gasic, chair of the Plant Breeding Coordinating Committee, talks with us at the 2018 annual meeting of the National Association of Plant Breeders in Guelph, Ont. about why she loves breeding fruit and the importance of a group like the PBCC.
John Clark, Distinguished professor of horticulture, University of Arkansas and National Association of Plant Breeders Impact Award recipient talks with Marc Zienkiewicz at the 2018 NAPB and PBCC Annual Meeting in Guelph, Ontario, Canada from August
Todd Campbell, Research Geneticist, United States Department of Agriculture â€” Agricultural Research Service, President, National Association of Plant Breeders talks with Marc Zienkiewicz at the 2018 NAPB and PBCC Annual Meeting in Guelph, Ontario,
Robert Duncan, associate professor and canola breeder, University of Manitoba, and National Association of Plant Breeders Early Career Scientist Award recipient, talks with Marc Zienkiewicz at the 2018 NAPB and PBCC Annual Meeting in Guelph, Ontario,