agriculture

$12.7 Million for McGill Research from the Fonds de recherche du Québec

Published: 30Jun2022

Tackling climate change and preserving biodiversity a key priority for McGill and Quebec...

New Policy Brief from ISID! Increasing Access to Affordable Agricultural Microinsurance in Sub-Saharan Africa

Published: 18Oct2021

In this new policy brief by Brenden McKinney, we learn that the effects of climate change are causing risk management to become an increasingly essential tool to help farmers anticipate and react...

Macdonald Campus Virtual Career Fair 2021

29Sep202109:00
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Looking for an internship or part time job? Or maybe a full time position after graduation?/capsCategory: Career Planning Service (CaPS) Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies Skillsets Student services

Ces plantes nuisibles qui envahissent les champs agricoles et les forêts

Published: 3Aug2020

Phragmite, panais sauvage, herbe à poux, nerprun, renoué du Japon : ce sont toutes des plantes envahissantes, nuisibles à un certain degré, qui prennent de plus en plus de place sur les terres...

Sustainable Energy, Water, and Nutrient Systems for Controlled Plant Environments

9Mar202010:00

Special Bioresource Engineering seminar with Jonathan Maisonneuve, PhD, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Oakland University. Everyone is welcome to attend.R21111 Lakeshore Road, St Anne de...

NEWSWEEK | Glyphosate herbicide roundup triggers loss of biodiversity among freshwater algae

Published: 4Mar2020

The glyphosate-based herbicide Roundup has been found to trigger the loss of biodiversity among phytoplankton communities in freshwater ponds. In their experiments, scientists found that while some...

Agriculture programs change with the times

Published: 28Feb2020

Agriculture faculties are becoming some of the most exciting hubs of interdisciplinary collaboration on Canadian campuses.

Climate Change threatens crops, water for billions around the globe

Published: 17Oct2019

Canadian research is part of an extensive global climate change study that has found billions of the world’s poorest people are at risk....

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