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Introducing this year’s Grower Day sponsors
Hosting a major industry event is a collaborative process; Greenhouse Canada’s Grower Day is no exception. Sponsors play a key role.
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Gerbera: mottling and necrotic spotting
(e-GRO Alert) The two most common viruses reported on gerbera (Gerbera jamesonii) are impatiens necrotic spot virus (INSV) and tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV).
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Greenhouse Technology and Management
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Greenhouse cultivation has expanded in recent decades with increased demand for horticultural production.This book covers current technologies and management practices of general greenhouse production, with a particular emphasis on plastic greenhouses and vegetable growing.

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Syngenta expands lettuce germplasm portfolio
Syngenta has announced a lettuce germplasm acquisition from Salinas, Calif.-based Eagle Research and Development, Inc. (ERDI).
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CURRENT ISSUE: Industry is maintaining momentum
According to this year’s Greenhouse Canada Grower Survey, 2013 was a pretty good year for the industry. Prices, sales and hiring all expected to rise.
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WEB EXCLUSIVE: Plant hormone’s dual role in flower formation
A plant hormone once believed to promote flower formation in annual plants also plays a role in inhibiting flowers from forming. The dual role of this hormone, gibberellin, could be exploited to produce higher-yielding crop plants.
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