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Food processing plant coming to Ontario

Whyte’s Foods will spend $16.5 million redeveloping a Wallaceburg property.

Matchmaking sweet potato and soil nitrogen

Too little nitrogen and sweet potato plants don't grow well and have low yields. Too much nitrogen, however, boosts the growth of leaves and branches at the expense of storage roots. That also leads to low yields.

Canada secures market access for cherries

The Honourable Lawrence MacAulay, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, along with Member of Parliament for Kelowna-Lake Country, Stephen Fuhr, recently announced that the Government of Canada has secured market access for British Columbia fresh cherries to Japan.
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Succulent strawberries throughout most of the year

Canadians clearly love having fresh local strawberries several times a year and Canada’s day-neutral strawberry industry is growing to meet the demand. Kevin Schooley agrees that it’s the local angle, as well as better taste and sweetness provided by quick harvest-to-purchase timelines compared to imports, which is fueling the expansion. » Read more...

Holland Marsh Soupfest

September 29
Location: Ansnorveldt, Ont.
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19th Annual Salt Spring Island Apple Festival

September 30
Location: Salt Spring Island, B.C.
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Fall Harvest

November 5-7
Location: Ottawa, Ont.
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