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May 21, 2019

Canadians confused by food marketing

More than half of surveyed Canadians reported feeling confused by how food products are marketed today, particularly when it comes to the origin of a product.

Alberta launches cannabis council

The Alberta Cannabis Council (ACC) launched last week to represent their members across the province’s cannabis sector, providing access to government and industry influencers.

GreenTech to feature autonomous technology

The popular horticultural technology tradeshow and conference will return to RAI Amsterdam this year from June 11 to 13, 2019. Registration is free for visitors up to and including June 2.
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Beat Pepper Weevil This Season

For pepper growers, one pest to be concerned about this season is the pepper weevil. This small but mighty beetle may be lurking in your greenhouse as warm temperatures arrive. To manage this damaging pest, UPL AgroSolutions Canada recommends integrating RIMON®Insecticide into your pest management program. >> Learn more
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Microgreens grower pushes culinary limits

Imagine popping a tiny green seedling into your mouth. You’re pretty sure you know what it’s going to taste like. But then your taste buds are hit with a completely unexpected flavour that reminds you of spicy horseradish. What you’ve just tried is called Zorri Cress, the young seedling of the Nasturtium, a popular flower mostly grown as an annual with recent interest in Canada as an edible ornamental. » Learn more

Growing grasses for cut flower use

When you think of ornamental grasses, you may think of lush landscapes or creative containers. But today’s newer cultivars, and even some of the species, make a great addition to cut bouquets and arrangements. With a bit of planning and production scheduling, ornamental grasses can be a productive addition to cut flower greenhouses. » Learn more
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HOBO MX2300 Series Data Loggers

With Onset's new HOBO MX2300 Series Temp/RH loggers, field data collection has never been easier. You can set up and offload loggers wirelessly from your mobile device.

HOBO MX2300 loggers provide a 100' wireless range, making it easy to offload data in hard-to-reach locations. And, 0.2C accuracy ensures you're getting reliable, true results every time.

The HOBO MX2300 Series offers five models, covering a broad range of outdoor monitoring applications, from agricultural research to forest ecology studies.

Find the HOBO MX2300 Series through the official Canadian Representatives at >> more info

Tomato Brown Rugose Fruit Virus Info

May 23, 2019
Location: Leamington/Online
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June 11-13, 2019
Location: Netherlands
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Grower Day

June 18-19, 2019
Location: St. Catharines, ON
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International Floriculture Expo

June 18-20, 2019
Location: Miami, FL
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