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Jul 2016

Grade School 2016 provides valuable information to producers

Wheat producers from across Saskatchewan were able to learn about degrading factors, end-user requirements and how their wheat is graded at the Grade School meetings in Yorkton and Swift Current.

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Please click the links below to access the presentations from the Canadian Grain Commission (CGC) and Canadian International Grains Institute (Cigi) presenters. There are more resources available for producers on the CGC and Cigi websites.

Wheat Class Modernization - Randy Dennis, Chief Grain Inspector for Canada, Canadian Grain Commission adobe-acrobat-pdf-file-512
Grading Factors - Kristina Pizzi, Head, Analytical Services, Cigi adobe-acrobat-pdf-file-512
Application of Canadian Wheat Classes and Grades in Markets Around the World - Rosa Boyd, Technologist, Baking Technology, Cigi adobe-acrobat-pdf-file-512

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Crop sequencing of large acreage crops and special crops

This study will evaluate the benefits of crop sequences for major and special crops across a wide range of environments, as Saskatchewan is home to a variety of environmental conditions due to diverse temperatures, precipitation levels and water loss, with semiarid conditions in the south-west and sub-humid conditions in the northeast.

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