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Canada’s Saskatchewan to woo India for giving trade relations a boost Saskatchewan is using the current situation to highlight other sectors of interest

The Canadian Prairie province of Saskatchewan, with a population of just over a million, plays a mega role in the Indo-Canadian trade relationship. In November, Saskatchewan’s Premier Scott Moe — equivalent to the chief minister of an Indian state — will travel to India on a weeklong visit. He will ...

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Canada, Australia benefit from India’s poor harvest

Canadian pulse growers are not the only ones benefitting from India’s recent run of disappointing harvests. Australia set a single month desi chickpea export record in November, shipping 465,131 tonnes of the crop. That’s nearly double the previous high of 239,552 tonnes set in December 2012....

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Current situation in Canadian crops

It is easiest to view the current situation in Canadian special crops in 3 distinct markets.   Grower Market, Speculative/Re-seller Market, and Destination Export Markets.    Each of these is trading independently from each other.   While this is not a totally unusual market condition the diversity in outlook and ...

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Pea harvest doing well, even without rain

WINNIPEG, Manitoba — Pea harvest results are surprisingly good, given the lack of rain during the growing season. Yields might average 20 to 25 bushels per acre. Quality is fine.Green trade is not just slow, it’s moribund. The most sensible market for green peas is probably the Chinese commodity pea ...

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Early Sask. lentil, pea harvests likely to support prices

CNS Canada –– Saskatchewan’s dryness could likely mean an earlier harvest and smaller yield for pea and lentil crops this year, according to a regional crop specialist.That means new-crop prices will be supported, ...

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Poor Quality Bulls Canada Lentils

International lentil markets maintained their bullish tone through the past week, fueled by confirmation that Canada was probably looking at an FAQ No 3 grade crop. However, with half the crop remaining to be ...

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Defensive Posture Enters Canada Lentils

Lentil markets finished the week's trading on an increasingly defensive note over worries about moisture conditions in Saskatchewan.Provincial estimates that up to three millions acres of crop may not be harvested because of localized flooding and saturated soils in eastern Saskatchewan has left markets nervous about ...

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