New Partnership Invests in Ontario Wheat Variety Development

The University of Guelph is on the hunt for a new winter wheat breeder following a major announcement this week. Grain Farmers of Ontario, SeCan and the university have partnered to create a new tenure-track position to focus on the crop, Ontario’s third largest acreage crop after corn and soy.

In this interview, Bern Tobin, Ontario field editor for, interviews representatives from each partnering organization to discuss the need for such a position, the opportunities and importance of having a winter wheat breeder on task for the province and adds when the position will likely be filled by.

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