Can’t see the images…click here.
Greenhouse Canada
More from Greenhouse Canada | Business | Innovations | Events August 5, 2014
Ready to roll
CURRENT ISSUE COVER STORY: Medicinal marijuana market, with $1B in potential sales, is heating up in B.C. and Ontario.
FacebookTwitter Read more…
Vineland programs given Growing Forward 2 boost
The federal government is making investments totalling over $2.5 million in a pair of programs at the Vineland Research and Innovation Centre.
FacebookTwitter Read more…
Sponsor Spotlight
Ball Perennial Annex Bookstore
Ball Perennial Manual - Propagation and Production

Written by Jim Nau, author of the popular Ball Culture Guide, this "cultural cookbook" on herbaceous perennials contains valuable information on 149 genera and 300 species of plants. Years of field trials at the Ball Seed Co. gardens outside of Chicago have given Jim historical data on the performance of these crops.

>> Learn More…
If you click the images or links in the Sponsor Spotlight advertisement we will provide your subscription contact information only to that sponsor.
Top 10 Under 40 nominations
There’s still time to nominate someone for our Top 10 Under 40 program. Do you work with an outstanding young person, either as an employee, employer, colleague or customer, someone you know will contribute a lot to the success of your company and to the industry in general?
FacebookTwitter Read more…
Memorial for former greenhouse veg specialist
John Clement Fisher, greenhouse vegetable specialist from 1971-90 with the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food, passed away on July 23 of this year at age 88.
FacebookTwitter Read more…
More crop per drop: reducing water footprint
WEB EXCLUSIVE: New research from the University of Southampton is aiming to reduce the water footprint and increase shelf life of potted and cut herb production in the U.K.
FacebookTwitter Read more…
U.S.-Canada greenhouse-grown certification update
To improve the consistency and effectiveness of the U.S.-Canada Greenhouse Certification Program (GCP), APHIS Plant Protection and Quarantine (PPQ) and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) are revising the program requirements.
FacebookTwitter Read more…
Follow us on Twitter Subscribe Today Digital Edition
Copyright ©2014 Annex Business Media Annex Business Media Feedback
Unsubscribe from this e-newsletter
P.O. Box 530, 105 Donly Drive S, Simcoe, ON, CANADA N3Y 4N5
Top 10/40