Licensed cannabis producer AgraFlora Organics has announced their acquisition of investment holding firm Organic Flower's assets, which include 20 per cent interest in a Delta greenhouse complex, cannabis product formulations and the rights to a trans-European distribution network.
Flowers Canada (Ontario) sends best wishes to research director Jamie Aalbers as he begins his new role with the Canadian Nursery Landscape Association (CNLA).
Autonomous technology is one of the key themes at GreenTech this year.
The Alberta Cannabis Council (ACC) launched last week to represent their members across the province’s cannabis sector.
48North says it’s poised to produce over 40,000 kilograms of outdoor-grown organic cannabis this year, at what is expected to be the lowest-cost per gram in Canada.
A new survey reveals that Canadian consumers are finding it challenging to identify authentic products at the grocer.
A carbon capture unit has been successfully deployed at a pulp mill in Quebec, where the captured carbon dioxide will be reused by an adjacent greenhouse facility.
All new applicants for licences to cultivate, process, or sell cannabis must now have a fully built site that meets all the requirements of the Cannabis Regulations at the time of their application.
Scientists have identified a gene that could help boost the flavour of store-bought tomatoes.
Canadian consumers are still in love with geraniums, petunias, edible plants and purple varieties, reports Home Depot Canada, as gardening season ramps up across the nation.
The Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs will be holding four free information sessions on the tomato brown rugose fruit virus (ToBRFV/TBRFV) for growers and agribusinesses.
The University of Toronto Scarborough and Centennial College are teaming up to establish the EaRTH District – an initiative aimed at advancing the cleantech sector through research, academic programming and commercialization.
The total sales and resales of flowers and plants grown in Nova Scotia greenhouses are down by 25.5 per cent over the last three years, an analysis of Statistics Canada data reveals.
For more than 30 years, National Garden Bureau (NGB) has been showcasing and promoting their members' products in the inspirational program called “Year of.”

Over the years, the program has steadily expanded to encompass more consumers, include more stunning images and beautiful new logos, downloadable POP for retailers and now, for the first time ever, a “Year of” video contest.
The Canadian Produce Marketing Association (CPMA) has announced the formation of an industry working group focused on the many issues surrounding the use of plastics across the produce supply chain.

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