Pulses
NEWS HIGHLIGHT Investment in pulse industry strengthens Canadian position In recognizing that Canada is the world's largest exporter of pulses, Federal Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Gerry Ritz has announced a $ 4.4 million funding boost to further develop Canada's pulse industry.
A new free trade agreement between Canada and Peru has the support from the Canadian pulse and special crops industry, including Pulse Canada, which sees significant potential in the deal.
NEWS HIGHLIGHT Canada-Peru free trade agreement welcome news A new free trade agreement between Canada and Peru has the support of the Canadian pulse and special crops industry, including Pulse Canada, which sees significant potential in the deal.
Free trade agreements with Peru and Coumbia are being touted by Pulse Canada as a means of better-securing markets for pulse growers in this country, and meeting the needs of pulse buyers in the two South American countries.  
NEWS HIGHLIGHT Pulse industry encourages Parliament to ratify free trade agreements Free trade agreements with Peru and Colombia are being touted by Pulse Canada as a means of better-securing markets for pulse growers in this country, and meeting the needs of pulse buyers in the two South American countries.
NEWS HIGHLIGHT Pulse Canada publishes feed pea benchmark prices Pulse Canada is introducing a new index for pulse growers in Western Canada, a transparent and unbiased feed pea pricing benchmark for growers, something that has been lacking in the past.
Pulse Canada is introducing a new index for pulse growers in Western Canada, a transparent and unbiased feed pea pricing benchmark for growers, something that has been lacking in the past.
It is something Western Canada growers have likely known for years: Pulse crops can be an important part of Canadians' diets as the fight against heart disease, diabetes and obesity continues, with research findings showing the benefits of various pulses.
NEWS HIGHLIGHT Pulses – a prescription for disease prevention and good nutrition It is something Western Canada growers have likely known for years: Pulse crops can be an important part of Canadians' diets as the fight against heart disease, diabetes and obesity continues.
Growers generally use inoculants to improve nitrogen (N) fixation and nodulation of high protein pulse crops...
Researchers hope to overcome barriers to successful commercialization of a new pulse crop.
As the biomass produced by the pea variety increases, the amount of N fixed also increases.
Achieving a high quality pulse crop begins with good seed quality.
Pulse Canada is working to break down trade barriers and improve pulse competitiveness.
Better overall silage with crop mixtures.

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