Flowers
Growers can’t induce flowering of field hydrangeas by just controlling the photoperiod, says a University of Guelph researcher.
Pondering the theme of this issue, what drives development of new varieties? For greenhouse vegetables in particular, growers primarily want a marketable product in size, weight and shelf life. Given those factors, varieties need high yield (obviously!)
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Proven Winners launches Destination Contest
Would you like to win $ 1,000 for your Proven Winners display?
June 15, 2009, Gilroy, CA — Effective today, Goldsmith Seeds will expand its genetics portfolio available to brokers in North America to include all Syngenta Flowers seed products.
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Goldsmith Seeds expands product line
Goldsmith Seeds has recently expanded its genetics portfolio available to brokers in North America to include all Syngenta Flowers seed products.
June 12, 2009 — Would you like to win $1,000 for your Proven Winners® display?
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Winning with
Proven Winners' displays

Would you like to win $ 1,000 for your Proven Winners display?
June 9, 2009 — Ball Horticultural Company recently partnered with two garden centres to host Simply Beautiful Container Contests to benefit local charities.
June 5, 2009 — Dummen has enhanced its service to North American growers with the opening of a new greenhouse facility in El Salvador.
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Dummen enhances service
to N. America

Dummen has enhanced its service to North American growers with the opening of a new greenhouse facility in El Salvador.
June 4, 2009, Gilroy, CA — Effective June 15, 2009, Goldsmith Seeds will expand its genetics portfolio available to brokers in North America to include all Syngenta Flowers seed products.
May 17, 2009 — Sakata has recently added new positions to its sales and marketing team in the Trans-Atlantic ornamentals market of Europe and the U.S.
May 14, 2009 — Proven Winners® will extend its advertising plans in Canada to now include the June 15th issue of Lifestyle Magazine — a high gloss, full colour regional publication distributed in the Globe and Mail.
May 7, 2009, Toronto — The recent Canada Blooms show in Toronto marked the introduction of Landscape Ontario’s "Green for Life" program where over 70,000 people toured the "Green for Life" display garden, connecting to over 2,000 members committed to inspire Ontario’s outdoor living.
Despite last summer’s wet weather, which did nothing to encourage garden visits, more than 2,500 people (for a total of 10,119 votes) helped in the selection of “Exceptionelles 2009” at Jardin Daniel A. Séguin at the Institut de technologie agroalimentaire in Saint-Hyacinthe, Québec.

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