Originally published in PulsePoint magazine, December 2018

As Saskatchewan growers contemplate their seeding options for another year, market access issues for pulses are surely top of mind.

In the past couple of years growers have faced severe export restrictions for pulses to India, Canada’s largest market. This includes tariffs on peas, chickpeas, and lentils, and ongoing regulations that require Canadian pulse exports to be fumigated with methyl-bromide.

Some progress has been made in addressing and mitigating these restrictions, says Mac Ross, Pulse Canada’s Manager, Market Access and Trade Policy.

Pulse Canada has long been working to alleviate these issues on behalf of Canadian growers, but recently they have seen several new developments.

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