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Forgetting for a moment the achy back from weeding, the early morning alarms to get some watering in before the municipal restrictions kick in, and the constant berating of the family pooch for digging in the beds, plants offer considerable enjoyment.
June 17, 2008, St. Catharines, Ont. — Looking for a sure-fire way to stay ahead of your competition? How about researching exciting new introductions before the major trade shows and well in advance of reports in industry publications. Get a jump on the spring of 2009 now!
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COPF Niagara Pack Trials  |  June 25-26
Looking for a sure-fire way to stay ahead of your competition? How about researching exciting new introductions before the major trade shows and well in advance of reports in industry publications. Get a jump on the spring of 2009 now!
June 16, 2008 — Everyone is talking about how cold temperature poinsettia production will save energy and reduce production costs. Join Ecke’s expert technical staff for a special "cold grow" poinsettia webinar on July 2 (Energy Efficient Poinsettia Culture) that will provide detailed cultural information, scheduling and variety selection.
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Webinar on cool points production
Everyone is talking about how cold temperature poinsettia production will save energy and reduce production costs. Join Ecke’s expert technical staff for a special "cold grow" poinsettia webinar on July 2 (Energy Efficient Poinsettia Culture) that will provide detailed cultural information, scheduling and variety selection.
June 3, 2008 - A columnist for the Times-Victoria says succulents have become the jewels on the "little black dresses" of container gardens. Canada.com reports. | READ MORE
May 22, 2008, Vineland, Ont. — Ontario growers, mark your calendars. This year’s annual Vegetative Trials open house will be held on Friday, May 30 at the Vineland Research Station of the University of Guelph.
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Vegetative trials at Vineland on May 30
Vineland, Ont. — Ontario growers, mark your calendars. This year’s annual Vegetative Trials open house will be held on Friday, May 30 at the Vineland Research Station of the University of Guelph.
May 5, 2008, College Station, TX —When it comes to using plant-filled pots on the porch or around the landscape, Americans are hardly able to contain themselves.
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No containing potted plant spending
When it comes to using plant-filled pots on the porch or around the landscape, Americans are hardly able to contain themselves.
May 5, 2008, College Station, TX —When it comes to using plant-filled pots on the porch or around the landscape, Americans are hardly able to contain themselves. U.S. consumers spend more than $1.3 billion a year on this gardening method, according to Container Gardening Associated, an online site devoted to the technique.
Our annual poinsettia season survey suggests sales last fall were up in some areas

May 2, 2008, Grand Haven, MI — Six growers got a wake up call this spring when they received orders to destroy their plants. This was not due to a plant disease or an exotic insect infestation; it was because they were caught illegally propagating and selling patented plants.
Ontario growers work to grow market opportunities within their own province


The Les Exceptionnelles program is held at the Jardin Daniel A. Séguin at the Institut de technologie agroalimentaire (ITA) in Saint-Hyacinthe, Québec. Appealing directly to the public, the trials target new varieties for rapid introduction into the province’s gardens.

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