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October 29, 2019

Mucci Farms wins best sustainable packaging

The package is composed of a tray made from agricultural waste, and the lidding film is made of sugar-cane and wood fibers using a process that emphasizes social and environmental responsibility.

FCC provides over 16M meals

Farm Credit Canada, along with its industry partners, participating schools and volunteers, have provided over 16 million meals for food banks and feeding programs nationwide.

Early bird rates for GISC extended

The Green Industry Show and Conference is back for 2019. This year, it takes place at the BMO Centre in Calgary, Alberta from November 14 to 15.
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Evolving with today’s consumers

Evolving with today’s consumers

Homes are becoming smaller, lifestyles are busier, and the number of locations for purchasing plants and their associated products have increased. To be a part of this shopping landscape, the garden centre needs to be agile and adaptive, transforming its product selections, experiences, and even language used. » Learn more
Uncovering a delicate balance

Uncovering a delicate balance

When it comes to root zone management, water and nutrients most likely come to mind, but there’s one component which doesn’t receive nearly as much attention. Sometimes known as ‘root zone microflora,’ the term points to both disease-causing pathogens and good microbes that can benefit the crop. So how do we maintain a balance? » Learn more

Green Industry Show

Nov 14-15
Location: Calgary, AB
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Nov 20
Location: Drummondville, QC
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Nov 20-22
Location: Moncton, NB
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