Fourteen new projects awarded funding under the 2022 Canola Agronomic Research Program

A new round of Canola Agronomic Research Program (CARP) projects have been announced for 2022 program year. Officially beginning on April 1st the fourteen new projects will span one to five years, depending on the study. As with all CARP research, these projects will support canola agronomic research focused on increasing yield and profitability, reducing production risk and enhancing sustainability.

Read more on the 2022 CARP program in this ‘Collaboration enables more than $3.2 million in grower-funded canola agronomic research in 2022‘ article release.

Utilizing the research priorities indicated by Canola Council of Canada, Alberta Canola, Manitoba Canola Growers, SaskCanola, the Western Grains Research Foundation (WGRF) and Results Driven Agriculture Research (RDAR), the 2022 CARP projects cover abiotic stress tolerance, crop physiology and plant establishment, improving nutrient management and reducing nitrous oxide emissions, weed management, integrated disease management and insect-related topics.

The Canola Agronomic Research Program, which is administered by the Canola Council of Canada, acknowledges all the funders of this year’s projects, which include Alberta Canola, Manitoba Canola Growers, SaskCanola, the Western Grains Research Foundation (WGRF) and Results Driven Agriculture Research (RDAR).

New canola research beginning in 2022

The studies going ahead under 2022 CARP program are:

Check out a brief overview of each of these projects by clicking the hyperlinked titles above. Project summaries will be updated as the research progresses.

Additional research opportunities

  • Preparations are already underway for the 2023 CARP program, and details will be posted to the CARP page in the upcoming weeks.
  • To build on the success of past Canola AgriScience Research Cluster programs, the Canola Council of Canada is currently requesting letters of intent (LOI) submissions for the next Canola Cluster, which anticipated to run from April 1, 2023 to March 31, 2028. The next Agricultural Policy Framework, outlined in The Guelph Statement, identifies five priority areas: climate change and environment; science, research, and innovation; building sector capacity, growth, and competitiveness; market development and trade; and resiliency and public trust.
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