Wheat variety registration and testing
Aug 18, 2022

Video: Wheat variety registration and testing

Sask Wheat - Wheat breeder Dr. Richard Cuthbert from Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada discusses the variety registration process and the value of post-registration regional testing, which provides data for the annual Saskatchewan Seed Guide. The interview was conducted at Ag in Motion 2022.
 

Wheat variety registration and testing

Wheat variety registration and testing

Sask Wheat - Wheat breeder Dr. Richard Cuthbert from Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada discusses the variety registration process and the value of post-registration regional testing, which provides data for the annual Saskatchewan Seed Guide. The interview was conducted at Ag in Motion 2022.... More
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Pizza Farm with Nick Offerman

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