Prairies East Sustainable Agriculture Initiative Inc.
Located in Arborg with sites in Beausejour, MB, PESAI conducts applied research and technology transfer in general forage, grains, oilseeds and water management (tile drainage and excess moisture). Specialty area of applied research includes: forage adaptation testing, new cropping opportunities, water management (e.g. very significant tile drainage research site with some irrigation capacity), management under high moisture conditions and fertility issues in watersheds.
Left to Right: James Lindal, Arik Lindal, Eugene DeLorme, Kate Letexier, Britney Gilson, Nirmal Hari
Board of Directors
Adrien Grenier (Chair) Woodridge
Wayne Foubert (Vice Chair) Ste Anne
Linda Loewen Riverton Brian Kurbis Beausejour
Andy Buehlmann Arborg
Scott Duguid Arnes
Tim Shumilak East Selkirk
David King Arborg
Hans-Peter Pausenwein Whitemouth
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Featured Trial Reports
Mid August marks the start of the harvest season for farmers around Manitoba. Its also the start of plot harvesting at the Manitoba’s Crop Diversification Centres. Plots of winter wheat, fall rye, spring wheat, barley, oats, lentils, peas, and mustard are being or...
May 24, 2019 GOVERNMENTS INVEST MORE THAN $4.8 MILLION FOR AGRICULTURE RESEARCH As part of the Canadian Agricultural Partnership, the Canadian and Manitoba governments are investing more than $4.8 million for 22 projects under the Ag Action Manitoba Research and...
The governments of Canada and Manitoba will be supporting four diversification centres, Federal Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAulay and Manitoba Agriculture Minister Ralph Eichler announced today. “Our government is a strong supporter of innovation in the...
Manitoba Organic Alliance highlights; Phosphorus in your cropping system Composted vs. raw manure Research update — Parkland Crop Diversification Centre Equipment Review What you missed in the coffee shop!...
An informative news article about haskap berry published in "Roblin Review" on January 30,...
An informative news article about quinoa published in "The Manitoba Co-operator" on September 27,...
The field tour on July 31st, saw over 45 participants come to Carberry to learn about a number of challenges facing many different crops in the region, some well established and others just building momentum. The tour was an opportunity for attendees to learn more...
Harvesting has begun at all four Crop Diversification Centres. Data collection and analysis is ongoing and trial results will be available later this fall under the Results section