WGRF In the News 2019

Durum genome project hailed as key accomplishment April, 2019

University of Saskatchewan Crop Scientists Help Crack the Durum Wheat Genome April, 2019

International team decodes the durum wheat genome April, 2019

USask crop scientists help crack the durum wheat genome April, 2019

International team decodes the durum wheat genome April, 2019

More competitive soybeans = less spraying March, 2019

High Value Specialty Crops March, 2019

Sorting out the stacks – Country Guide, March 2019

Seeking options for wireworm control – Alberta Farmer, March 2019

Seek and Destroy: The Control Of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds Through Seed Destruction – Alberta Seed Guide, January 2019

New research chair position at the University of Alberta – Top Crop Manager, January 2019

New research chair at the University of Alberta – Farms.Com – January 2019

More Cropping Systems Research Coming Soon to U of A – High River Online, January 2019

WGRF Commits $3 Million to Agriculture Research Chair at University of Alberta – Germination, January 2019

Mapping the soybean genome – Ontario Farmer.com – January 2019

Record $12 Million For Crop Research Invested – Saskatchewan.ca – January 2019

Western Grains Research Foundation commits $4.2 million to Cluster researchSeed Quest, January 2019

Cluster funding will deliver huge benefits: SaskBarley – Western Producer, January 2019

Canada’s barley industry to benefit from National Barley Research Cluster – BarleyCanada.com, January 2019

Feds, province dish out agriculture research dollars – Star Phoenix, January 2019
WGRF Research Funding Gets A Boost – Swift Current Online, January 2019
Federal and provincial governments announce $12 million for Saskatchewan crop research – Real Agriculture, January 2019

Canadian province receives funding for crop research – World Grain.com, January 2019

Governments of Canada and Saskatchewan announce $12 million in funding for crop research Canada.ca, January 2019