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Saskatchewan is home to a number of sunflower marketing and processing companies delivering their products worldwide. Some of these products include high oleic sunflower oil, birdseed and of course, sunflower seeds. 

Saskatchewan Sunflower Committee Co-operative Trials

The Saskatchewan Sunflower Committee is organized under the authority of the Non-Profit Corporations Act of the Province of Saskatchewan. The Committee is voluntary and not organized for financial gain and declares no dividends. The Saskatchewan Sunflower Committee was formed in 1983 to test varieties that may be suitable for growing conditions in the Province. Varieties that are registered for production in Canada and are tested in the Saskatchewan Sunflower Committee trials are entered in the Varieties of Grain Crops for Saskatchewan annual publication.

The Committee publishes an annual summary of test results. Varieties that are registered for production in Canada and that are tested in Saskatchewan Sunflower Committee Trials are entered in the Varieties of Grain Crops for Saskatchewan annual publication. All sites were arranged in randomized complete block designs.

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