New clubroot strains show genetic resistance isn’t enough to protect canola, say researchers

Researcher Keisha Hollman (Agricultural, Food & Nutritional Science) says the emergence of nine new strains points up the importance of broader strategies to protect crops in Western Canada.

Participatory Plant Breeding Plots At University Of Alberta (Gallery)

For the third year in a row, the University of Alberta Research Farm is growing wheat varieties bred by farmers from the Participatory Plant Breeding program (Agricultural, Food & Nutritional Sciences).