Western Canadian Farmers will have more choices open to them in the cereal crop arena thanks to an agreement (see press release) between French based Group Limagrain and Western Canadian based Canterra Seeds. The partnership strengthens the already strong breeding programs of both companies providing farmers across the West with access to new and advanced genetics for their farms. The bulk of the work being done will be between Canterra Seeds and Group Limagrains US company Limagrain Cereal Seeds.
I spoke to Canterra Seeds CEO David Hansen about the agreement and how farmers can expect to benefit from the new deal.
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