The Ontario greenhouse vegetable sector has a new online resource.
The 2019 National Floriculture Forum is scheduled from February 16-17 in Chicago, IL. The theme of this year’s meeting is “Adding Value: Back to our Roots.”
LED lighting solutions provider, Fluence Bioengineering, Inc. has announced urban-gro, Inc. of Lafayette, Colorado, as an authorized system integrator for Fluence LED lighting solutions in North and South America.

“Working with urban-gro will enable cultivators to easily integrate our solutions and benefit from the expertise, capabilities and guidance which their team brings to the controlled environment agriculture industry,” said David Cohen, CEO of Fluence Bioengineering.

Fluence launched an authorized reseller program, where each reseller is trained by and works closely with Fluence to ensure the company’s LED grow lights are properly integrated into a grower’s unique cultivation environment.

Urban-gro’s ag tech division, Soleil Technologies, integrates and uses wireless networks and environmental control systems to manage the indoor microclimate.
Engage Agro Corporation has officially become Belchim Crop Protection Canada.
Moleaer Inc., manufacturer of industrial-scale nanobubble generators, announces the addition of Michiel de Jong as director of business development of Europe & horticulture.
WeedMD Inc announced it has added six additional grow rooms to its greenhouse in Strathroy, Ontario, boosting its production capacity to 110,000 square foot.
Ronald Valentin has been named director of technical business at BioWorks.
Residents in Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick no longer need to avoid eating romaine lettuce and salad mixes containing romaine lettuce, says the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC).
Removal of natural vegetation, light pollution and noisy trucks are factors brought up during a Kingsville Council meeting by Michael Burns, spokesperson for Kingsville Property Owners, a Facebook group started by Chris O'Neil.
The new Safe Food for Canadians Regulations (SFCR) are coming into force starting January 15, 2019, and some businesses will need licences for the regulations’ debut.
Pure Sunfarms received their fifth amendment today from Health Canada to their cultivation license.
The Ontario government has announced a change to the delivery of $8 million in existing funding to the Ontario greenhouse sector.
Durham Farmers’ County Co-operative (DFCC) recently acquired Wright’s Feeds ‘N Needs on November 1.
Farmers across Ontario are nearing the end of another successful fall harvest, made largely possible by a seasonal labour program that has helped the province’s fruit and vegetable industry thrive for more than 50 years.
Farm Credit Canada (FCC) has been recognized by Aon as one of the nation’s best employers for the 16th year in a row.
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