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The Chair of the Alberta Barley Commission says the Transportation Modernization Act will make sure everyone who is involved in the handling of grain is accountable. Jason Lenz hopes the legislation tabled by the federal government will start to repair Canada’s reputation as a reliable source for grain.
Saskatchewan fall rye varieties are all rated as moderately susceptible to ergot. While rye is the principal host; barley, wheat, triticale, oats and numerous species of cultivated and wild grasses are also susceptible.
A $2.2 million investment in 11 winter wheat research and development projects is expected to help farmers access its untapped market potential.
The Alberta Government is reducing road restrictions so farmers can get their grain from storage to elevators.
Reaction has been swift and steady since the Federal Government's Order in Council yesterday to set minimum quotas on the amount of grain the railways have to transport in a month, so much in fact, you could fill several grain cars with it.