Manitoba Canola Growers works to fund, direct, develop and distribute practical, science-based research.
MCGA is strengthening its network of research collaborations, increasing the value for every research dollar. We are focused on building a better communication network with our members so the research results come back to the farm faster.
*This new research database will continue to be updated over time. Not all research funded by MCGA is archived on this page at this time.
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|Start year||End Year||Priority(ies)||Title||Researcher(s)|
|2013||2016||Diseases||Getting One Step Closer to Sclerotinia Control Through Cultivar Resistance and Biological Applications||Dr. Dilantha Fernando - University of Manitoba: Plant Science , Teresa de Kievit - University of Manitoba: Department of Microbiology, Mark Belmonte - University of Manitoba: Department of Biological Science|
|2017||2022||Diseases||Monitoring the Race Dynamics of Leptosphaeria maculans for Effective Deployment and Rotation of Resistance Genes for Sustainable Management of Blackleg of Canola in Western Canada||Dr. Gary Peng - Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada: Saskatoon Research and Development Centre, Fengqun Yu - AAFC: Saskatoon Research and Development Centre|
|2018||2020||Diseases||Host-pathogen Biology and Interaction||Bruce D. Gossen - Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada , Mary Ruth McDonald - University of Guelph, Dr. Gary Peng - AAFC Saskatoon Research and Development Centre, Dr. Fengqun Yu - AAFC SRDC, Dr. Sheau-Fang Hwang - Alberta Agriculture and Forestry, Dr. Stephen Strelkov - University of Alberta|
|2018||2023||Diseases, Variety Assessment||Developing Novel Resistance Resources and Strategies to Address the New Threat of Clubroot Canola Production on the Prairies||Dr. Gary Peng - Saskatoon Research and Development Centre (AAFC), Fengqun Yu - Saskatoon Research and Development Centre (AAFC), Habibur Rahman - Department of Agricultural, Food, and Nutritional Science (U of A), Rudolph Fredua-Agyeman - Alberta Agriculture and Forestry (Crop Diversification Center North)|