Canadian International Grains Institute looks at improving value of fusarium-damaged winter wheat crop
15 September 2014, 08:24 CET
Lisa Nemeth, Cigi Technical Specialist, Winter Wheat, recently spoke with Golden West radio about the condition of this year’s winter wheat crop, describing the milling quality as challenging in the face of widespread fusarium damage in Manitoba and eastern Saskatchewan. She discusses likely reasons for the large percentage of downgraded crop and the work Cigi is doing to help increase its value.
Listen here to Lisa Nemeth interviewed by reporter Cory Knutt, aired on September 12 & 15, courtesy of Golden West radio.
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