Canadian farmers expected to plant more wheat and corn, less canola and barley this season.

A Statistics Canada report says Canadian farmers are expected to plant more wheat, corn, lentils, soybeans and oats this season.
But area seeded to canola, barley and dry peas is anticipated to decrease compared with last year.

In Saskatchewan, producers anticipate seeding eight per cent less canola, but 10.6 per cent more wheat compared with 2021.
In Alberta, farmers expect total wheat area to increase 6.3 per cent, while Manitoba producers anticipate planting 5.7 per cent more wheat.

In Alberta, farmers expect total wheat area to increase 6.3 per cent, while Manitoba producers anticipate planting 5.7 per cent more wheat.

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