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New Brunswick's first Mental Health and Farm Safety Initiative launches

New Brunswick farmers will have access to new resources to help address the stress of operating a farm thanks to a new farm-focused mental health and safety initiative.

California Spring Trials 2023 - Day 1 highlights

The California Spring Trials (CAST) ran from March 29 to April 2. University of Guelph garden trial manager, Rodger Tschanz, attended and took on double-duty as Greenhouse Canada’s travelling correspondent. Tschanz asked representatives from breeders and seed companies to highlight some of their favourite new releases.

Partnership plants seed for new food growing system

A new agreement between Niagara College's Horticultural & Environmental Sciences Innovation Centre and International Zeolite Corp. aims to introduce a new growing system to assist growers, boost food production, and create opportunities for students.


Math for the Green Industry

Designed for both students and practitioners in the Green Industry, this book offers full coverage of the calculations necessary to effectively, safely, and economically manage a Green Industry operation.

The authors provide clear explanations of all relevant mathematical principles and cover calculations inherent in all aspects of the Green Industry..

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From Organic Waste to Biogas

Fifteen years after the Ontario government first announced incentives for renewable energy, Canada still counts fewer than 300 biogas plants. Though incentive programs have come and gone, biogas simply hasn’t lived up to its supposed potential. So, how can we explain this failure, and how can we transform it into becoming a thriving industry? By Tom Ferencevic » Learn more

Understanding tomato plant signals and making decisions for better productivity

When a plant enters a generative state, then it channels more resources to clusters, individual flowers and fruits compared to leaves, roots and stems. All climate parameters are required to be at optimum level along with water, nutrients and other inputs. Some readers asked to include pictures from early and later stages of crop. By Dr. Mohyuddin Mirza » Learn more
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OFVGA donates to food rescue charity

Fruit and vegetable growers from across Ontario have donated $25,000 to help fight hunger in the province. The contribution from the Ontario Fruit and Vegetable Growers’ Association (OFVGA) is going to Second Harvest, Canada’s largest food rescue charity that redistributes nutritious but unsold food through school programs, seniors’ centres, shelters, food banks and regional food hubs. » Read More...

CosMic Plants is the first orchid grower in Canada to receive MPS-ABC certificate

CosMic Plants, an Ontario-based grower of phalaenopsis orchids, started the process of MPS-ABC environmental certification in 2022. Recently, CosMic Plants obtained MPS-A as its first qualification. » Read More...

Fully automated lettuce crop monitoring by greenhouse drones

In spring 2022, Corvus Drones introduced fully automated greenhouse drones for young plant producers and breeders. » Read More...


Cultivate    -    July 15-18, 2023

July 15 - July 18, 2023 | Columbus, Ohio » Read More...

The Garden Center Show    -    August 8, 2023

August 8, 2023 | 400 W Wisconsin Ave, Milwaukee, WI » Read More...

Nursery/Landscape Expo    -    August 9, 2023

August 9, 2023 | 900 E Market St, San Antonio, Texas » Learn More