There's a lot going on at University of Guelph and, in fact, in many places, with seed technology and issues along that line, as well as farm management technology. I came from Arizona, where drip technology got introduced to deal with issues there. There are a lot of other things going on to deal with the effects of climate change.
Right now, in Ontario—I'm not sure if this is true in Saskatchewan—we're becoming a lot more sensitive to drought conditions. We weren't before. The reason is that there are a lot more seeds per acre, and the amount of rainfall isn't changing, so all of a sudden, we're seeing a lot more drop-off in yields with respect to a decrease in precipitation from where we were even 20 years ago. They're trying to deal with that right now.
These are all going to be ongoing challenges, especially with respect to new entrants who have 30 or 40 years ahead of them.