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Transitioning Brooks Greenhouse to Lethbridge College

Alberta is increasing research capacity by supporting the transition of the Brooks Greenhouse to Lethbridge College.

Queen’s Park looks to ease energy costs for farmers

Eligible customers will receive a reduction off their energy bill when new electricity rates for Regulated Price Plan (RPP) customers come into effect.

Funding for market development opens for BC agri-businesses

Producers are eligible for up to $50,000 per year. The program can cover up to 50% of total cash costs of the project, the remaining 50% must come from the applicant.
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Featured News 
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Trial by fiery hot conditions

This year marked the 20th anniversary of the Sawaya Garden Trials. Find out which trialled varieties survived long stretches of high temperatures, and what exciting changes are in store for the trials in 2021, including a new location and new objectives. » Learn more
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Do plants need sleep?

The cost of electricity for lighting is one of the largest expenses for year-round greenhouse vegetable production. In the latest research from Harrow, researchers explore smart use of LEDs for production with 24h lighting. » Learn more
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