Posts in Canola
Dustin Gabor

Dustin grew up farming wheat, canola and more recently soybeans, with his family in the Gladstone, Manitoba area. His dad and two brothers manage the farm and Dustin gets back to help as much as he can during the busy times. Dustin earned a degree in Agribusiness at U of M in 2008 then began working at a grain marketing advisory service right out of school.

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Barb Ziesman

Barb Ziesman is the Provincial Specialist, Plant Disease, with the Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture. She grew up near Edmonton, Alberta where she attended the University of Alberta and received a PhD in Plant Pathology with a focus on sclerotinia stem rot of canola.

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Gregory Sekulic

Gregory Sekulic has been an agronomy specialist with the Canola Council of Canada since spring 2011. Prior to that, Gregory spent 10 years in the Edmonton area as a field agronomist, working with top producers in the black soil zone. Gregory obtained his BSc in Agriculture, Crop Science, from the U of A in 2001.

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Bruce Gossen

Dr. Bruce D. Gossen graduated with a Ph.D. in Plant Pathology from the University of Saskatchewan in 1985. Since then, he has been employed as a research scientist with Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada at Saskatoon SK, specializing in management of diseases of field crops. 

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Angela Brackenreed

Angela is an agronomist for the Canola Council of Canada.  Her main focus since joining Council in 2012 has been on the optimization of canola harvest and storage.  She spends most of her free time and all of her money farming with her family in Justice, Manitoba.

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