Grower Day: it’s not too late to register
June 15, 2010 By Dave Harrison
June 15, 2010, Brantford, Ont. – Have you registered yet for this week’s
Grower Day? It’s not too late.
June 15, 2010, Brantford, Ont. – Have you registered yet for this week’s Greenhouse Canada
Grower Day ? It’s not too late.
This year’s theme is Profit From Education.
|Part of the crowd at last year's Grower Day sessions.|
This is a year of change for the annual event, being held on
Friday (June 18).
First, there’s a new venue; it will be held at the Best
Western Brant Park Inn and Conference Centre in Brantford, Ontario, located
along Highway 403 at the Wayne Gretzky Parkway exit.
And it will feature two tracks – ornamental and vegetable –
that will run concurrently.
The speakers’ program is our best ever, with information sure
to help you better grow your business.
Topics on the ornamental side include:
• Growing better garden mum crops.
• The latest on thrip control.
• Avoiding and solving petunia problems.
• Marketing in the 21st century.
Topics on the vegetable side include:
• Innovations in vegetable growing.
• Keeping it clean to fight pests.
• Rootzone management strategies.
• Improving efficiencies.
• Bumblebee sustainability.
A joint session, led by Dr. Michael Brownbridge of Vineland
Research and Innovation Centre , will focus on new fungal biocontrol agents, and
how they can work for you.
And we’re also hosting our largest ever trade show with more
than 20 booths offering a range of products and services. It’s a one-stop
We hope to see you in Brantford on Friday. Registration begins
at 8:30 a.m. The registration fee includes lunch and coffee breaks.
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