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$160K invested in online food order platform for Manitoba

The governments of Canada and Manitoba will be supporting a project which will allow local food producers and farmers’ markets to sell their products online.

22 greenhouse workers confirmed for COVID-19 in Chatham-Kent

More than 100 migrant workers at a greenhouse in Chatham-Kent, Ont. are in isolation after dozens of them were diagnosed with COVID-19.

Ontario now accepting e-business funding applications

$2.5 million has been invested to help agri-food businesses develop their business presence online. Applications are being accepted immediately.
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Sweet potato slip production in Canadian greenhouses

Sweet potato consumption in Canada has doubled over the past 10 years. About 80 per cent is imported annually from the U.S. So far, growth in production has been limited by the lack of adapted varieties to our short growing season and limited access to propagative material. » Learn more
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Which pathogens should you worry about in your water?

When it comes to talking about disease-related issues in greenhouse crops, one point of confusion is often over which pathogens can be transmitted by water.  Some are obvious – we all know Pythium is water-borne. But what about other culprits, like Fusarium or Erwinia? Should you worry about these in your recirculating water? » Learn more