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Greenhouse drive-by sale sells 2,500 ferns in six hours

The last weekend of April saw a three-kilometre lineup of vehicles at a Grand Bend greenhouse, with people queuing for an unlikely product: a Boston fern.

Ottawa opens new pathway to permanent residence for over 90,000 essential workers

Applications open this week for a new pathway to permanent residence for over 90,000 essential workers and international graduates.

Leamington to take legal action against 12 greenhouse operators

Leamington Mayor Hilda Macdonald says the 12 greenhouse operations facing legal action is a mix of vegetable and two cannabis growers.
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40 years of connection, advocacy, and success for Alberta association

It was in May 1980 that the Alberta Greenhouse Growers’ Association (AGGA) was established. Compelled by the vision of growing a profitable, globally competitive, and environmentally sustainable greenhouse industry in the province, the voluntary, non-profit organization first emerged from a grower meeting. With COVID, their role is changing. » Learn more
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Herbs support garden pollinators

It’s National Herb Week in the U.S., but garden centres in Canada can celebrate by showing consumers how herbs support their garden’s pollinators. Herbs can be used for many reasons, but according to the Herb Society of America, many people do not realize that herbs are of help to beneficial insects and pollinators as well. » Learn more
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