Learn more about the ways SPG is investing grower levy dollars into the areas of market access, research, transportation, market promotion, and agronomy through these videos. 

  • Saskatchewan Pulse Growers Variety Release Program

    June 27, 2016

    Saskatchewan Pulse Growers and the Crop Development Centre have partnered over the years to bring new pulse varieties that have been bred for Saskatchewan's soil and climate, and put them directly in the hands of growers through the Variety Release Program

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  • Saskatchewan Pulse Growers Agronomy Program

    June 27, 2016

    Saskatchewan Pulse Growers has invested heavily in research and resources to get information out and help growers deal with agronomic challenges on their farms.

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  • An Inside Look at: Research & Development

    September 02, 2015

    Investment into research and development by Saskatchewan Pulse Growers is aimed at keeping pulses competitive in crop rotations, and making them a profitable crop for growers to consider.

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  • An Inside Look at: Market Development and Promotion

    August 12, 2015

    As pulse acres in Saskatchewan grow, Saskatchewan Pulse Growers is building new demand for pulses in global markets.

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  • Focus on Transportation: Delivering Results

    April 08, 2015

    Saskatchewan Pulse Growers and Pulse Canada are working together to improve Canada's transportation system and deliver results that benefit growers.

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  • Saskatchewan Pulse Growers Strategic Plan

    April 03, 2015

    The 2015 Strategic Plan for Saskatchewan Pulse Growers

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  • Pulse Crop Rotation Options in the Face of Root Rots

    January 24, 2017

    Tough to say and even harder to control, Aphanomyces has the potential to significantly reduce pea and lentil yields, and can stick around in the soil for an extremely long time.

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  • Grading the Quality of this Year’s Crop

    December 23, 2016

    The wet weather during the 2016 growing season and harvest took a toll on lentil crop quality in Western Canada, but more than half the crop samples submitted to the Canadian Grain Commission’s harvest survey still fell in the top two grades.

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