To quantify the yield benefit of intensive management practices in flax, and to determine if these management practices provide the same benefit to a variety of cultivars.
To evaluate the adaptation and performance of new and existing conventional soybeans in regards to yield
Evaluate the effect of seeding rate on CBD content in industrial hemp.
Manitoba Agriculture is interested in examining the suitability of European flaxseed lines for the Manitoba agro-climate.
To quantify the tolerance and recovery of barley, canola, and pea cultivars to prolonged excess moisture environment, with the intention of identifying a barley, canola, and pea variety with improved tolerance and recovery in waterlogging conditions.
Flax variety testing with a combined outcome from assessment of newly registered cultivars (SVPG entries) , and experimental lines (FP entries) from the University of Saskatchewan (UoS), Crop Development Centre (CDC) Flax Breeding Program as compared to relevant reference cultivars..
Evaluate hemp varieties for grain yield. Over the past two years we have found that hemp has very good production potential for this area, we want to continue with this work because of this potential.
To quantify the yield benefit of intensive management practices in spring wheat, and to determine if these management practices provide the same benefit to a variety of cultivars.
To determine if optimum seeding rates differs by crop type and for individual varieties. To have Manitoba developed recommendations based on field conditions to assist producers with determining target plant stands and seeding rates be for newer spring cereal varieties.
Evaluate varieties of quinoa for yield performance and adaptation