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This month, learn about the University of Guelph’s 2023 flower trials from the man who makes it all happen, Rodger Tschanz. From seed to splendour, Rodger shares some of the lessons learned from this year’s season and offers some practical advice for managing these varieties in our somewhat uncertain climate and varying landscapes.

In another must-read feature this month, Dr. Mohyuddin Mirza provides growers with some guidance in controlling two very common fungal diseases by manipulating the greenhouse climate. Dr. Mirza shares useful tips for growers of both edibles and ornamentals trying to manage environments through this unpredictable winter season.

We also get a brief update on Thrips parvispinus research, management and resources for Canadian growers in a Q and A with entomologist, Dr. Ken Fry of Olds College.

In February, we take a dive into mealybug management for greenhouses, in addition to profiling one of the trendiest edibles for 2024 and learning all about a new service out of the Vineland Research and Innovation Centre that is changing the way we develop new varieties.

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