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BCLNA honours exemplary members at 2020 awards gala

The virtual event recognized some of the most deserving individuals in BC’s horticultural industry. Here were the winners.

Florists cap orders for Valentine’s Day

With pandemic restrictions and a drop-off in passenger and commercial flights the supply of imported flowers  is less predictable

Registration opens for CPMA Fresh Week

Running from April 12 to 16, attendees will be able to attend both live and on-demand sessions including discussions, business development opportunities and more.
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Featured News 
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High-performing trial favourites

Petunias, pelargoniums, zinnias, celosia, begonias and salvia – University of Guelph trial garden manager Rodger Tschanz highlights the best-performing varieties in each category. The elevated temperatures of early summer, in combination with spotty, but at times intense rain and wind, had a significant impact on the performance of each individual trial entry. » Learn more
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Artificial intelligence: A digital brain for your greenhouse

There is an ever-growing demand for experienced greenhouse growers – and a concurrent need to control an increasingly extensive area due to increased scale of operations. But who will operate these greenhouses? Enter artificial intelligence (AI), and the computing power that comes with it. » Learn more


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