The European corn borer (ECB) is a boring little brown moth, notes OMAFRA greenhouse vegetable specialist Cara McCreary in her latest ongreenhousevegetables post, but their larvae are anything but.
Research scientist, Dr. Roselyne Labbé and her team at the Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) Harrow Research and Development Centre, have developed a more sustainable method to keep crops safe from pests.
Winners of the coveted GreenTech Innovation awards were announced last month in Amsterdam, NL.
Vineland Research and Innovation Centre has just introduced a new venture to their portfolio of activities – customized robotic and automation solutions, as well as consultation and technology assessments, for Canadian horticulture companies.
Independent garden centres looking to stay current and on top of the evolving retail sector should check out the Garden Centres Canada Summit this week.
Cathy Lennon has been named new general manager of The Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA).
The federal government is proposing changes that may help introduce occupation-specific work permits in the Primary Agriculture and Low-wage streams of the Temporary Foreign Worker Program.
New and young farmers throughout B.C. are seeing results and getting agricultural land into production, thanks to the support of regional land matchers and the B.C. Land Matching Program, delivered by Young Agrarians.
BioWorks has welcomed a number of new faces to their team in recent months.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency released a factsheet on the tomato brown rugose fruit virus (ToBRFV).
Greenhouse Canada magazine held its 24th annual Grower Day in St. Catharines, Ont, bringing together growers and suppliers for its conference and tradeshow. The event drew over 115 attendees from Ontario, outside the province and even beyond Canada.
Red Sun Farms, The Grove Brew House and Colchester Ridge Estate Winery emerged victorious from Leamington’s culinary competition last week.
A passion for plants, a need to succeed and a drive to elevate the horticultural industry – those were all commonalities among the winners of Greenhouse Canada’s Top 4 Under 40 awards this year. These bright young stars are a testament to the continued success of the greenhouse sector.
Nearly $2 million in federal funding has been announced to fund ongoing research at Niagara College.
Hydro One Inc. announced it will continue to support expansion of the greenhouse industry in southwestern Ontario through the development and construction of a new 230 kilovolt (kV) transmission line from Chatham to Leamington, as requested by the Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO).
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