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Vineland Innovation Report highlights variety development

The report includes information and updates on some of the research projects conducted at Vineland and in collaboration with AAFC, OMAFRA, and Louisiana State University.

Canada and Ontario fund new ag mental health supports

The governments of Canada and Ontario are investing more than $7 million dollars to launch two new, multi-year mental health initiatives to support those in the agriculture sector.

COYF virtual awards on Dec. 2 and 3

This event brings recognition to outstanding Canadian farm couples between 18 and 39 years of age who have exemplified excellence in their profession while fostering better urban-rural relations.
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Fruit and Vegetables: Harvesting, Handling and Storage, 2nd Edition

The second edition of this very well-received book, which in its first edition was entitled Postharvest Technology of Fruits and Vegetables, has been welcomed by the community of postharvest physiologists and technologists who found the first edition of such great use. The book covers, in comprehensive detail, postharvest physiology as it applies to postharvest quality, technology relating to maturity determination, harvesting, packaging, postharvest treatments, controlled atmosphere storage, ripening and transportation on a very wide international range of fruits and vegetables.

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From the Editor: Going beyond useful

Much is made of the fruit and vegetable sector’s importance in feeding the world – and for good reason. Plenty of produce is needed for people to thrive. But there are other, less tangible benefits from fruit and vegetable production that deserve appreciation, too. » Read more...

Growing Horticulture: Meet our panellists

In part one of our Growing Horticulture virtual roundtable discussion, we introduce the panellists contributing their thoughts and insights on the labour and staffing challenges that the horticulture industry is facing. The six-person panel included two growers, two educators and two industry representatives, providing a broad spectrum of experience with staffing challenges. » Read more...