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Time to review greenhouse shading options
April 27, 2012 — Now is the time to begin shading greenhouses to prevent excessively warm temperatures.
Vineland robotics gets federal boost
April 27, 2012, Vineland Station, Ont. – Ottawa is investing $2.5 million in the Vineland Research and Innovation Centre (VRIC) to support the development of innovative horticultural technologies.
Grower Day moving to Niagara
April 23, 2012, St. Catharines, Ont. — Greenhouse Canada’s Grower Day on June 20 is moving into a new home.
Pioneering carbon capture technology debuts
April 20, 2012, Delta, B.C. – ProSelect Gas Treating Inc. officially unveiled the world’s first carbon capture system for the greenhouse industry today at a launch event for the GC6 held at the SunSelect Produce greenhouses in Delta.
Scholarship available for bulb studies
April 19, 2012, Winston-Salem, NC — Dig.Drop.Done, the North American authority on flower bulbs, has announced that the North American Flower Bulb Wholesalers Association (NAFWA) is accepting applications for the Karl Schroff Memorial Scholarship.
New loan program for young farmers
April 13, 2012, Saskatoon — Young and beginning farmers will find it easier to start and grow their farm businesses with the help of a new $500 million loan program.
SAWP at root of agri-food industry
April 12, 2012, Mississauga, Ont. — Signs of life and renewal are impossible to ignore on farms across Ontario as spring kick-starts the growing cycle.
Ontario grower a 'cut' above in energy efficiency
April 9, 2012, Dunnville, Ont. — When the industry talks about energy efficiency and optimization, Rosa Flora is almost always part of the conversation. It’s been an innovation leader for many years.
Floriade now open in the Netherlands
April 9, 2012, Venlo, the Netherlands — The sun is shining, trees are budding, and flowers are unfurling their brilliant petals a bit earlier than planned, thanks to an early Dutch spring and the hundreds of gardeners putting finishing touches on Floriade, the once-a-decade world horticultural exposition.