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Canadian farmers have grown soybeans for more than 70 years, and recent advances in plant breeding are spurring on a new surge in production. Soybeans now rank fourth among Canada’s principal crops in terms of acreage.
This growth has been driven by the development of new early-maturing soybean varieties that are expanding the boundaries of where the crop can thrive. Until the 1970s, almost all of Canada’s soybeans were grown in southern Ontario. Today soybeans have become an important crop in Quebec and Manitoba, as well as parts of the Maritimes, southeast Saskatchewan and southern Alberta.