SGS Crop Science News: 2021 Year in Review
In this edition of SGS Crop Science Canada News: 2021 Year in Review
- Treated Seed Service Expansion
- Animal Nutrition Testing, Investing for Efficiency
- Bacterial Leaf Streak in Wheat Tissue Validated
- Soil Health Benchmarking, Start Now
- Feed Analysis Fulfilling Complex Components
- Partnering with Seed Companies for ISTA Quality Assurance
- One Website for all Crop Science Customer Resources
TREATED SEED SERVICE EXPANSION
Understanding the value of seed enhancements and the need for accurate measurements and plant health, we are now delivering quantifiable results to align conditioning with label rates and seed quality control.
ANIMAL NUTRITION TESTING, INVESTING FOR EFFICIENCY
With our two goals to increase precision and build out our service portfolio, we have committed investment into NIR instrumentation and accelerated labor to calibrate to many sample matrices.
BACTERIAL LEAF STREAK IN WHEAT TISSUE VALIDATED
Our genetic confirmation of bacterial leaf streak in wheat leaf tissue, new in 2021, is ready to support visual diagnosis during the growing season.
SOIL HEALTH BENCHMARKING, START NOW
Physical and biological parameters to gauge soil health are gaining traction, as clients move into aggregate stability, bulk density, permeability, active carbon, carbon burst and soil labile amino-nitrogen analysis to benchmark soil health.
FEED ANALYSIS FULFILLING COMPLEX COMPONENTS
SGS offers a full selection of testing, nutrients of course, but also amino acids, fatty acids, vitamins.
PARTNERING WITH SEED COMPANIES FOR ISTA QUALITY ASSURANCE
With our first post-accreditation ISTA audit successfully completed, we are confident to partner with seed sector companies to efficiently analyze seed quality for export and deliver company sampler training.
ONE WEBSITE FOR ALL CROP SCIENCE CUSTOMER RESOURCES
Consolidated into one website, our customer materials, portals, submission forms and testing packages are ready for both new and current customers. We are the only lab to host both French and English submission forms for our forage segment! https://cropscience.sgs.ca