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Just in time for summer reading, the August 2022 CAAR Communicator issue is arriving in mailboxes and available online.

The August issue looks a big issues such as gene editing, Canadian potash, and food security.  The issue also addresses Canada's role in fertilizer supply, labour shortages, and updates from the Canada Grains Council.  

Executive Director Mitch Rezansoff asks a number of troubling questions about agriculture and policy in Canada.

In case you missed it, all of the articles can be found online.

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