Plant
Biotechnology

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Canadian farmers help feed Canada and the world. As feeding the world’s growing population becomes more challenging, farmers tur…

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Agricultural
Pesticides

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Farmers use a wide variety of tools and technologies to help them produce a safe, affordable supply of healthy food. Pesticides ar…

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Protecting
Pollinators

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Bees and pesticides are complementary components of sustainable agriculture. Bees pollinate many important crops while pesticides …

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Urban
Pesticides

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Public parks and private yards help make cities beautiful, encourage biodiversity and contribute to happy, healthy communities.  …

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Features

Plant science innovations are helping Canada grow a stronger economy, a better environment and healthier communities across the country. Join the conversation and ask your questions about GMOs and biotechnology. You may have heard about the dirty dozen – a report about the trace amounts of pesticides sometimes found on … <a ...

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News

Canadian grocers confident in safety of GMO produce: retail council

March 24, 2016

The organization that represents Canada’s major grocery chains says it has full confidence in selling …

In defence of genetically modified foods, Macleans

March 14, 2016

More scientists are coming around to GMO safety. Why are environmentalists, who preach the science …

This new Canadian apple is genetically modified so bruises don’t show, National Post

January 26, 2016

Neal Carter takes two identical-looking apples and bashes them together, hard. Half an hour later, …

Honeybee colonies show increase despite ‘bee apocalypse’ reports, Western Producer

January 15, 2016

The opening line of an article posted on CBC News’s website last May summarized a …

Ontario’s neonic ban misses the target

January 14, 2016

Ontario residents may have thought the province’s honeybee population was rescued from the brink of …

Working in the plant science industry gives people the opportunity to do something that matters to them. The plant science industry employs people with a range of skill sets all working together to help ensure farmers have the tools they need to continue to safely and sustainably feed the world.

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“Ag Stewardship in Action” helps environmentally-conscious farmers add to sustainability practices

May 2, 2016

Farming today is complex. We get that. And adopting sustainable practices makes it even more so.  But these practices contribute …

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New app offers improved communication between farmers and beekeepers

April 19, 2016

CropLife Canada and the Canadian Honey Council have partnered to bring BeeConnected, an app that helps encourage communication between …

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Compliance Management for Confined Field Trials course

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CropLife Canada’s compliance management for confined field trials course provides participants with the latest information …

Spring Dialogue Days

May 3-5, 2016

Plan to be in Ottawa this May for Spring Dialogue Days – CropLife Canada’s annual …

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