2012 News

November November 16 Monsanto Fund Announces the Winners of Its Canada's Farmers Grow Communities Program
November 8 DEKALB® soybean growers in Canada win big in DEKALB yield challenge
October October 29 Monsanto Canada granted Canadian regulatory approval for dicamba-tolerant soybeans
October 12 Monsanto Canada receives Canada’s Top 100 Employers designation
October 10 DEKALB® brand launches mobile website for Canadian farmers
September September 10 Monsanto Fund supports agricultural education with $1,500
July July 10 Monsanto Canada unveils DEKALB® canola seed processing plant in Lethbridge, Alberta
July 5 Monsanto Canada moves to seamless “in-the-bag” pricing for Genuity® Roundup Ready® canola
June June 26 Monsanto’s New TruFlex Roundup Ready™ canola receives Canadian regulatory approval
May May 28 The Monsanto Fund makes $2,500 grants available to Canadian farmers to help them grow their rural communities
May 8 High Prairie Curling Association nets $10K grand prize in Monsanto’s “Build a Better House” Community Curling Club Improvement Program
May 1 Monsanto Canada donates $60K in crop inputs to Canadian Foodgrains Bank growing project program
April April 26 Rural educators to receive innovative digital technology programs with Monsanto Fund’s investment in Let’s Talk Science
April 9 U of Guelph researchers continue field surveys to track spread of glyphosate-resistant weeds
March March 27 Monsanto Canada says new DEKALB® brand canola hybrids
March 26 Women from Monsanto Canada running to help empower girls and women in the developing world
March 23 Monsanto Canada launches 2012 Monsanto Fund Opportunity Scholarship program for rural students
January January 30 Monsanto Canada announces the winners of its Genuity® Project – Communities Advanced, supporting Ontario and Quebec farm communities
January 19 DEKALB® celebrates 100 years of leadership
January 12 Champion to be determined this weekend in Southern Manitoba DEKALB Super League sponsored by Monsanto
January 11 Glyphosate-resistant kochia confirmed in Southern Alberta