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Discovering the Synergy of Perennials, Annuals and Shrubs is the theme of this year’s Greenhouse Canada Grower Day, being held June 18 at the Delhi German Hall in Delhi, Ontario.
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Grower Day 'Synergy'
Discovering the Synergy of Perennials, Annuals and Shrubs is the theme of this year’s Greenhouse Canada Grower Day, being held June 18 at the Delhi German Hall in Delhi, Ontario.
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Grower Day program at a glance
Discovering the Synergy of Perennials, Annuals and Shrubs is the theme of this year’s Greenhouse Canada Grower Day, being held June 18 at the Delhi German Hall in Delhi, Ontario.
Discovering the Synergy of Perennials, Annuals and Shrubs is the theme of this year’s Greenhouse Canada Grower Day, being held June 18 at the Delhi German Hall in Delhi, Ontario.
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Grower Day 'Synergy'

Discovering the Synergy of Perennials, Annuals and Shrubs is the theme of this year’s Greenhouse Canada Grower Day, being held June 18 at the Delhi German Hall in Delhi, Ontario.
May 9, 2008, Guelph, Ont. — Because agriculture is in a constant state of flux – some good times and some bad times – farmers have found benefit in having peer counselling services available, especially for the bad times.
May 7, 2008, Hamilton, Ont. — The explosive growth and urbanization of the Chinese economy has created opportunities in Canada in the field of agriculture and food production. China not only offers a huge potential market for Canadian agri-foods, but also has opportunities in the areas of agriculture education, research, development, production and agriculturally related life science events.
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Closer China-Canada industry ties
The explosive growth and urbanization of the Chinese economy has created opportunities in Canada in the field of agriculture and food production. 
May 6, 2008 - Six U.S. growers got a wake-up call this spring when they received orders to destroy their plants. The orders were not due to a plant disease or insect infection, but because they were caught illegally propagating and selling patented plants.
May 1, 2008 - In Hamilton, Ont., the rising cost of food is fueling the creation of community gardens. Proponents say that, in light of the food inflation predicted to hit Canada, the gardens may grow a safe, local, affordable food supply. | READ MORE
April 28, 2008, Guelph, Ont. – The University of Guelph and the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA) have renewed and improved their partnership. The $300-million agreement announced today (April 28) will further innovative research and education in agri-food, environmental sustainability, and animal and human health.
May 1, 2008 - In Hamilton, Ont., the rising cost of food is fueling the creation of community gardens. Proponents say that, in light of the food inflation predicted to hit Canada, the gardens may grow a safe, local, affordable food supply. | READ MORE
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Growers vote YES; now what?
Should the province approve certification for Ontario flower growers, what would you see as Flower Canada Ontario's priorities in tackling the major issues facing the industry today? Let us know what you think.
April 24, 2008, Ottawa - Retail sales unexpectedly fell 0.7 per cent in February, the first decline in five months and a sign that consumer spending may be slowing. Reuters Canada reports. | READ MORE
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Retail sales in 2008 unlikely to beat 2007
It was a good year for Canadian retailers, but 2008 will likely see sales soften according to the Retail Council of Canada. 

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