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2022 CFS Innovation Award Winners

Canada’s Farm Show presented by Viterra is pleased to announce the 2022 Innovation Award Winners. The awards are presented by Farms.com. 

The winners are:

VeriGrain Sample Acquisition and Information Management System
Manufacturer: VeriGrain Sampling Inc.
Veri Grain™ is an inventory intelligence system which allows producers to track grain quality and
quantity as it is sampled while being loaded in and out of storage. A digital record is created using
the VeriGrain app to which grain characteristics can easily be added and shared. Grain samples are
stored in bar coded containers and tamper-evident bags for easy management and traceability.

Soileos Bioactive Cop Nutrients
Manufacturer: Lucent Bio
Soileos is a suite of bioactive crop nutrition products that enhances yields, increases crop quality, 
improves soil health, and amplifies nutrient density. Lucent BioSciences’ patented process upcycles 
agriculture and food processing cellulose-rich co-products such as: lentil, pea, wheat, and oat hulls into a sustainable delivery agent for nutrients

ULTRA SR
Manufacturer: SeedMaster Manufacturing Ltd.
At 60 feet wide with 750 bushels of total capacity, the Ultra SR increases maneuverability, and contours 
to the land to ensure precise seed and fertilizer placement.

The awards were handed out during Canada’s Farm Show presented by Viterra President’s Reception.

A total of 26 submissions were received.

The innovation submissions were judged by an independent panel on the following criteria that 
included, appeal and design, novelty, utility & function, ingenuity, quality and scope, additional features, 
value, and marketability. 

Canada’s Farm Show presented by Viterra runs June 21-23 at the REAL District.

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