Western Canadian Seed and Crop Inputs
Crop Inputs – A Reenergized Seed Focus
BrettYoung has been active in Western Canadian crop input markets since 1979. Like everything BrettYoung, it began with forage seeds – alfalfa and grasses. In the early 2000s, BrettYoung entered the canola seed market and initiated an R&D program that resulted in the launch of an innovative ag-biological growth promoter – BioBoost. The most recent additions are soybean and corn seed.
A renewed commitment and approach to the canola market was evident in 2010, with the launch of the top tier Genuity Roundup Ready varieties 6040 RR and 6020 RR, and the launch of the top yielding Clearfield variety 5525 CL. This was followed in 2011 with the launch of 6060RR – a top Genuity Roundup Ready variety that delivers leading results.
Our commitment to offering field-proven varieties in all our seed products continues to grow as we live and put into action the statement: It All Comes Down To Performance.
Montréal, Canada & Toulouse, France. Lallemand Specialties Canada Inc., doing business as Lallemand Plant Care, is pleased to announce a collaboration with BrettYoung Seeds Limited in the North American ag-biological product markets. ...more
BrettYoung is delighted to announce that Dr. Tatiana Kon is joining BrettYoung in the capacity of Lab Manager, Biologicals R&D and Bioprocesses effective December 5, 2013 and will report to Dr. Mike Whiting, Technical Director, Biologicals. ...more
BrettYoung is delighted to announce that Dr. Mike Whiting is joining BrettYoung in the capacity of Technical Director, Biologicals effective October 28, 2013. In this capacity, Dr. Whiting will be responsible for stewarding all aspects of BrettYoung’s Biologicals R&D investments and commercial production. ...more
BrettYoung is very pleased to announce that last week, ground-work started on a new high-capacity seed treating and coating facility at its existing location in Winnipeg, MB, Canada. ...more
WINNIPEG, MB – Finally spring weather has arrived across the Prairies. The snow is gone and flooding concerns have evaporated across most of western Canada. ...more