OCCURRENCE AND FATE OF TOXIGENIC FUNGI AND THEIR ASSOCIATED MYCOTOXINS IN SASKATCHEWAN-GROWN OATS AND OAT MILLING PRODUCTS
This study examines the occurrence of toxigenic Fusarium and Penicillium fungi and their associated mycotoxins, and investigates the fate of Fusarium and Penicillium species and their associated mycotoxins during oat processing. Please note: These results are interim results and the final report will be prepared in 2019 after compiling all the data from the completed project.
oatmeal coffee additive/creamer
Oats is the logical choice to development of a non-dairy creamer. Oats have functional/nutrition proteins, they have high levels of beta glucan, and they can be utilized fairly well in beverage applications. Compared to faba bean, canola, and an oat/faba bean protein blend, oat proteins were shown to be the most suitable choice to replace dairy and soy proteins within a coffee creamer.
- Oatmeal Coffee Additive Executive Summary (41.96 KB)
- Non confidential Final Report-Coffee Creamer 2018 Chen (358.54 KB)
Breeding for Resistance to Leaf Blotch Pathogens in Saskatchewan Oat
Over the four years (2014-2017) that field surveys were conducted in commercial oat fields to evaluate the prevalence of oat leaf blotch pathogens P. avenae was the most often identified, being present in 59% of the 160 fields surveyed. Cochliobolus sativus was present in 23% of surveyed fields while S. avenae was only identified in 3% of fields. The ranking prevalence of these pathogens was consistent across all four years and differs from prior surveys conducted where S. avenae was observed in all years and with greater prevalence than C. sativus in most years (2011-2013).