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Last week, the Government of Canada announced a federal carbon-pricing backstop for four provinces, namely Ontario, New Brunswick, Manitoba and Saskatchewan, as well as partial relief on fuel charges for greenhouse operators.
Eight-dollar heads of lettuce in Churchill, Manitoba. Twenty-seven-dollar bunches of asparagus in Fort Smith, Northwest Territories. Thirteen-dollar cauliflower in Iqaluit, Nunavut. For any Canadian paying attention, it’s no longer a dirty secret that food costs a lot more in the north than other parts of the country and that people are struggling to afford it.
Love growing plants, gardening and seeing beautiful gardens? Join Cornell University as they visit the world’s greatest flower show and experience the beauty of London’s world-class gardens with Dr. Mark Bridgen, Professor of Horticulture at Cornell University.
One of the organic sector’s biggest challenges is a lack of timely, credible information. That includes production, pricing and marketing data – information organic businesses need in order to thrive, and conventional farmers and businesses use to decide whether or not to enter organic production.
Earlier this month, president of GGS Structures Inc. Leigh Coulter spoke to the parliamentary Standing Committee on International Trade concerning the impact of tariffs on businesses, companies and workers.
If thrips biocontrol programs don’t seem to be working as well as they used to, it might be because there’s a different thrips in town.
Headlands Garden Plants has been named recipient of the 2018 Grower of the Year Award by the BC Landscape and Nursery Association (BCLNA).
Walmart US will require all of their leafy green suppliers to adopt blockchain traceability technology by September 30, 2019.
Randhawa Farms is ready to ramp up production with the expansion of their cooler facility and greenhouse acres.
Earlier this month, a new trilateral free trade agreement was reached between Canada, Mexico and the United States.
After more than 75 years, Lakeside Produce is about to get a facelift.
Software solutions provider Agrilyst has launched their third annual State of Indoor Farming Survey.
Canadian growers will be able to dispose of unwanted agricultural pesticides at special collection events beginning Monday, October 15 in British Columbia and October 22 in Alberta.
Members of Canada’s agriculture and agri-food industry have come together in an effort to protect plant health.
It’s no secret that horticulture faces labour challenges, but what’s being done in the sector to address them?

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