Commodity organization representing 3,800 farmers in Manitoba who grow soybeans, edible beans, peas and other pulses.

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Pulse Beat: Winter 2016

Featuring: A tour of the Canadian International Grains Institute; Soybeans are here to stay: an afternoon with a USDA analyst;...

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MPSG encouraged by $400M pulse investment in Manitoba

Carman, MB – January 19, 2017 – Manitoba Pulse & Soybean Growers (MPSG) is excited to announce that Roquette, a...

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The Bean Report – Keeping the Soybean Honeymoon Alive

Most common vs. most important soybean diseases Move over leaf diseases, let’s talk root and stem diseases Variety selection and...

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Kristen Podolsky
See you in the field: a farewell from Kristen Podolsky

When I started at MPSG in May 2013, I was the third employee and there were 900,000 acres of soybeans planted...

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Research reveals predominant races of Phytophthora root rot in Manitoba soybeans

Carman, MB – November 21, 2016 – The most prevalent races of Phytophthora sojae (P. sojae) found in Manitoba soybean...

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Getting it Right

Attention Soybean Farmers: MPSG presents the third annual Getting it Right Soybean Production Meeting. Register today!

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Variety Release Program Update

Applications for 2017 Breeder seed allocations for new pea and faba bean varieties from the CDC will be made available in January through the Variety Release Program managed by the SPG.

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Pulse & Soybean Variety Evaluation Guides

The data is in! The 2016 Pulse and Soybean Variety Evaluation Guides provide an independent assessment of yield performance and maturity across the province.

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Variety trial 2015
The Bean Report - Are you selecting the right soybean varieties for your farm?
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Team B
Tools and research at your fingertips! MPSG’s agronomy engagement program

MPSG wants to put its tools and resources to work on farms across Manitoba.

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Bean App

The Bean app features five unique, interactive tools to assist soybean and dry bean farmers with important crop production decisions, such as seeding rates and fungicide applications.

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