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Waldan Gardens and Rosa Flora have been named the next two hosts for Petals & Plates, a dinner series that combines local food and drink with local designers and chefs to highlight the work of Canadian flower growers.
One of the world’s largest horticultural tradeshows, IPM Essen will be running from January 22 to 25 in 2019.
Four varieties were announced as the 2019 Cut Flowers of the Year, as chosen by the Association of Specialty Cut Flower Growers (ASCFG).
A 29-year-old man has died after being electrocuted at a greenhouse in Leamington.
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) has committed funding for a five-year research project for ornamentals.
GUELPH, ON - When asked who’s most responsible for reducing Canada’s food loss and waste, a hefty majority of Canadians point the finger at themselves. But they’d like more information about how to do it according to new research by the Canadian Centre for Food Integrity (CCFI) that looked at attitudes about the topic, the part consumers play and what would help them reduce their household food waste.
Canada is back for a third year at the world’s largest fresh produce trade show, Fruit Logistica.
Having recently completed a 100,000 sq. ft. expansion, Waldan Gardens opened up their doors and toured fellow growers around their facilities.
Retention ponds play an important role in helping Ontario greenhouse growers manage storm water. It’s not clear, however, how they influence water quality as the water flows from roof to pond and ultimately to surrounding watersheds and Lake Erie.
The 2018 Green Industry Show & Conference (GISC) is just a few days away.
Saskatchewan vertical farm, Ecobain Gardens has announced a shift in crop and in name.
How can researchers better help you triumph over pests and diseases? To find out, Vineland Research and Innovation Centre is conducting a survey targeted towards Canadian greenhouse vegetable growers to measure the success of pest and disease management.
A search for natural alternatives to pesticides is one of the innovative Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) research projects benefitting from nearly $600,000 of new funding.
For farmers living in or near many New Brunswick communities, Cleanfarms is holding special collection events for leftover or unwanted agricultural pesticides.
A new record for voter turnout was set at the 51st Ontario Greenhouse Vegetable Growers (OGVG) annual general meeting this year.

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