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Attention Canadian Farmers: Please join us for an insightful Plant Breeding Innovation webinar

Learn how advancing technologies will benefit you on your farm and what this means to our international customers. The 1-hour presentation will discuss how innovation is driving change, the transparency required and the regulations involved. 

Cereals Canada will include information on what this means to maintaining market access for Canadian growers when it comes to plant breeding innovation.  There will be a panel discussion featuring Cereals Canada Krista Zuzak, Krista Thomas from Canada Grains Council and Ian Affleck with CropLife Canada to answer your questions. 

The webinar is in partnership with Canada Grains Council and CropLife Canada. 

Open to all Canadian farmers

April 6, 2022 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM CDT

French interpretation available


  • Introduction to Plant Breeding Innovation and gene editing
  • Gene editing in Cereals and examples of technology for farmers
  • Market access
  • Panel discussion and your questions featuring Krista Zuzak, Cereals Canada, Krista Thomas, Canada Grains Council and Ian Affleck, CropLife Canada

Cereals Canada unifies the value chain, connecting crop development companies, growers, exporters and processors to deliver on its promise to advance nourishment by offering responsibly farmed premium crops that are consistent in their quality. Cereals Canada is also a globally recognized independent expert in Canadian grain milling, quality and end-use functionality. Its goal is to increase market opportunities for millers and ensure end-user success.

The Canada Grains Council is the national organization representing the interests of the Canadian grain, oilseed, pulse and special crop sectors. Their members represent the entire value chain, including Canadian growers, seed and life science companies, commodity associations, grain companies and public research institutions.

CropLife Canada represents the Canadian manufacturers, developers and distributors of pest control and modern plant breeding products.