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Yantai Gan

Research Scientist

Canadas Agri-Food

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Canadas Agri-Food

200 South Biscayne Boulevard Suite 1600

Miami, Florida,33131

United States

Company Description

Export questions? Expert answers.... The Agri-Food Trade Service (ATS) provides centralized access to market information, trade counselling and export support activities, which will take the exporter from initial enquiry to foreign market. ...more

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Employment History

Research Scientist

Agriculture


Web References(16 Total References)


agr.gc.ca

AAFC researcher Dr. Yantai Gan, located in the semi-arid growing region of Swift Current, Saskatchewan, has recently published a paper that shows that, when compared to summer fallowing (leaving the land idle during the growing year), diversifying cropping systems with pulses:
- Dr. Yantai Gan, Research Scientist, Swift Current Research and Development Centre Enhanced soil biodiversity and improved soil health In another study, Dr. Gan and his team found that crop rotations have a large effect on microbial communities in the soil. Dr. Gan's research shows adoption of diversified crop rotations with pulses can substantially lower a crop's carbon footprint. Dr. Yantai Gan (left) and Dr. Chantal Hamel (right) examining lentil roots in experimental plots. Dr. Yantai Gan (left) and Dr. Chantal Hamel (a microbiologist) examining nodules on lentil roots in experimental plots in Swift Current, Saskatchewan


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Dr. Yantai Gan
Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada


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Researcher: Dr. Yantai Gan


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- Yantai Gan, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
- Dr. Yantai Gan, AAFC, Swift Current


www.ssca.ca

- Dr. Yantai Gan, AAFC, Swift Current


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