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Western Canadian grain committee recommends new pulse varieties

The organization that examines crop varieties has made recommendations on new pulse crops.

The Prairie Grain Development Committee (PGDC) is a forum for the exchange of information on the development of improved cultivars of grain crops for western Canada.

The four independent recommending committees are responsible for the testing, evaluation, and recommending of grain crop candidate cultivars for registration.

The Pulse and Special Crops Committee has recommended 16 new lentil, 13 pea, five faba bean and five dry bean lines for registration.

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