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Health Canada has officially announced the cancellation of several neonicotinoid pesticides. Greenhouse ornamentals and greenhouse vegetable transplants are affected.
Greenhouse Canada magazine’s annual Grower Day has expanded into a two-day event. Running from June 18 to 19 in St. Catharines, Ont., the event is joined by sister publications Grow Opportunity, Canadian Security and Canadian Packaging.
British Columbia’s tech sector is being invited to propose solutions to help B.C. food producers and processors increase their efficiency, sustainability and product traceability through the B.C. Agritech Innovation Challenge.
A federal investment of up to $11.2 million has been announced to the Bioproducts Cluster under the Canadian Agricultural Partnership.
With an estimated one in eight Canadian households experiencing food insecurity, the federal government has rolled out its first national food policy to address access, security and waste.
Ontario’s processing vegetable industry says the Ford government did not consult with growers before it announced plans to overhaul the sector’s marketing and pricing system.
Electricity demand in the South Peace Region is increasing due to natural gas exploration and development.
Thirty years ago, the crop protection industry in Canada planted the seeds of a voluntary stewardship program in Prairie communities to collect empty agricultural plastic jugs for recycling. The idea took root and since then, Cleanfarms has expanded the program across Canada bringing in a total of about 126 million plastic jugs that have been recycled into new products instead of disposed in landfill.
No matter how busy it gets, mental health and self-care should always be top of mind in the farming community.
Federal foundation, Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC) has announced an investment of $3 million in an AI-based platform for pest management and yield prediction technology.
A new bloom has dawned in Vineland’s 49th Parallel Collection of bred-in-Canada garden and landscape roses.
Canopy Growth has acquired Spain-based licensed producer Cáñamo y Fibras Naturales, S.L (‘Cafina’).
Decades after the last human set foot on the moon, NASA is contemplating setting up a permanent base there or sending astronauts to Mars. Accomplishing those goals, however, will require a few green thumbs.
In the long lore of gardeners, the marigold is thought to do something to help tomatoes avoid pests. New research finds that it isn’t just lore.
Lambert Peat Moss is one of the key players in the peat moss industry in Quebec. To ensure its growth, the company is receiving a repayable contribution of $1.9 million from Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions. With this financial assistance, the SME will be able to improve its productivity through the adoption of advanced automated technologies and develop new high-value-added horticultural products.

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