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More from Greenhouse Canada | Business | Innovations | Events April 8, 2014
B.C. unveils Flowerful BC Pick Local campaign
British Columbians are being encouraged to pick local when shopping for plants and flowers throughout the year, and to enjoy the high-quality buds and blooms while supporting B.C.’s economy.
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Illumitex partners with GGS in Canadian market
Austin, Texas-based LED lighting manufacturer Illumitex, Inc. has partnered with world-class greenhouse manufacturer GGS Structures Inc.
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CURRENT ISSUE: Managing Botrytis
Don’t let your guard down; these diseases are often especially difficult to manage.
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June 25 is tee-time for FCO research drive
Research will again be the big winner at this year’s Flowers Canada Ontario’s annual golf tournament on June 25.
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WEB EXCLUSIVE: Plants use scents to attract or repel insects
Flowering plants attract pollinating insects with scent from their flowers and bright colours. That’s why flowering plants face a dilemma: should they use their resources to attract pollinating insects and, by extension, for reproduction or should they invest in defence against herbivores?
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