Stokes Seeds names new territory manager

Stokes Seeds Ltd. has hired Alexandre Bisson as a new territory manager based in Quebec. He will be based in the South Shore region of Montréal, working with two existing territory managers: Marc André Laberge and Laura Caralampides.

 

In his new role, Bisson will be supplying vegetable seed recommendations and service to commercial producers as well as completing extensive research on new variety adaptation within this important growing region.

 

Bisson has completed a Bachelor’s degree in Agronomy (B.Sc.A) from Laval University, QC and a Major in Biology and Agriculture from McGill University, QC. Since graduation, he has worked in the Quebec vegetable seed industry completing variety adaptation research and as a sales representative. 


 

Source: Stokes Seeds March 4, 2020 news release

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