Spring 2018 Pulse Crop News MAR 27 2018 | Consumers and Producers | Pulse Crop News
Welcome to the Spring 2018 issue of Pulse Crop News! Click here to view in Flipbook format or the links to individual stories below.
This issue contains features on protein supercluster funding, reduced chemistries, growing soybeans, cooking with aquafaba and more.
Chair’s Report – FarmTech: A Major Gathering Spot for Farmers
Executive Director’s Message – Facing Change & Challenges Head-On
New APG Board – Two New Directors Eager to Contribute to the Industry and Help Farmers
Policy Update – A Crash Course in Carbon Pricing, Markets and Offsets
Pulse Canada Update – Remaining GF2 Funds Help Pulse Canada Investigate New Markets for Pulses
Three Years of Growing Soybeans in Central Alberta
Industry Innovator Award – Dr. Hans-Henning Muendel Honoured as 2018 Recipient
New Research Officer Becomes Second PhD. on APG Staff
Reduced Chemistries – Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) Re-Evaluation Decisions & Lack of Pest Management Tools
Agsafe Alberta – Farm Safety Initiatives Making Headway
Pulses a Key Focus for Crop Protein Supercluster
APG Reports on Year 1 Learnings of the Plot to Field Program
Chuck Penner: Will Canada Ever Export Pulses to India Again?
China: From Farm to Chopsticks
Nutrition Notes: Aquafaba-lous
Feature Recipe: Mixed Berry Aquafaba Meringue