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Fertilizers with lower environmental impacts and reduced costs for farmers are being developed by University of Adelaide researchers in the world-first use of the new advanced material graphene as a fertilizer carrier.
Canada Blooms was a truly glamourous affair this year. From the red carpet treatment to post-award pool parties, the movie-themed event featured some of Canada’s most talented floral designers and landscape architects while paying homage to the silver screen’s greatest films.
Canada’s Best Managed Companies have been revealed – and some are familiar names to the horticultural industry.
By increasing the levels of one protein coded by one single gene, researchers from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have reduced crop water use by 25%.
The snow is still falling in many parts of Canada but green thumbs everywhere are already planning what to grow in their gardens this summer. 
Using highly sophisticated technology, scientists at the Vineland Research and Innovation Centre are on the hunt for the “perfect grocery store tomato”.
The 2018 Grower Survey is ending. Have you made your voice heard?
Medicine Hat, AB – Vegetable growers in Alberta are speaking out about new labour rules they say are affecting their ability to do business. Bill 17 went into effect in January 2018, and strips greenhouses of their agricultural exemption under the Labour Code.
The greenhouse at Purdue University features a new automated conveyor system that keeps plants moving.
Berger hosted their 25th annual Grower Appreciation Dinner last Wednesday, marking 55 years of service in the horticultural industry.
Manitowoc, WI – Dramm has just announced a new video chat service to help better diagnose and suggest repairs for their sprayers.
Langley, BC residents located near the 30-acre Canopy Growth facility have concerns about bright lights coming from the operation.
The Ontario Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association has chosen to keep its leadership intact for the next year.
100,000 marijuana plants arrived at Vancouver International Airport Saturday to be cultivated in a 1.3 million square foot network of greenhouses in Langley, B.C.
Cannabis Wheaton Income Corp. recently announced a joint venture with greenhouse builder and operator Peter Quiring. Under their newly formed subsidiary GreenhouseCo, the team aims to build a 1.4 million square foot greenhouse for cannabis cultivation in Leamington, Ontario.

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