Russia’s war in Ukraine has thrust grain into the spotlight. Up to 50 million people — especially in the countries of Africa and the Middle East — risk famine within months without access to Ukrainian wheat.
Europe’s breadbasket is entrenched in public consciousness as Russian blockades have stopped wheat from leaving Black Sea ports. Canada is ready to send ships to help export Ukrainian grain, which is fitting: Grain binds our countries. Though it may be little known outside plant breeding and research circles, Canadian wheat represents “our debt to Ukraine” — an industry built on a sole kernel from Halychyna (Western Ukraine).'The entire development of Canada's wheat industry, the most renowned in the world, is due mainly to a single Ukrainian grain of wheat'apple.news
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