DuPont expands Saskatoon Research Center

Research facility will expand its pipeline for canola and add ultra-early-maturity corn and soybean products.

DuPont Pioneer announced the expansion of its Saskatoon Research Centre to better serve western Canadian farmers and support year-round multi-crop breeding and testing programs for western Canada.

The center has been in operation for 25 years but has traditionally looked at only canola. The facility will continue its canola breeding program but will extend into corn and soybean research to match the growing demand in the region.

The facility expansion is part of DuPont Pione

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