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Learn more about the people behind the scenes and the initiatives that are driving positive change, and better understand the important impact the commissions have on the grain industry at large. You’ll also get the inside scoop on any and all upcoming Alberta Wheat and Barley Commission activities and industry events.

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The Grain Exchange | Fall 2022

Featured Articles

2021 spring wheat fertilizer use survey results

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Bibeau meetings highlighted Stampede 2022

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Grain transportation: Canada’s Ready for answers

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CrossRoads – an event evolution

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Additional Articles

#MidgeBusters

Orange wheat blossom midge (hereafter called wheat midge), Sitodiplosis mosellana (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) is the most damaging pest of wheat in North America. This delicate little orange midge is not always a problem in wheat production but its population is closely tied to rainfall.

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Variety selection – is an upgrade needed for your farm?

Everyone gets that itch. It is fun to dream about the shiny new pickup truck, the bigger, more powerful combine, or the additional horsepower of a new tractor. While maybe less glamorous, it might also be time to consider upgrading your wheat and barley varieties.

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