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Canadian food waste reduction challenge identifies 24 semi-finalists

The 24 semi-finalists span a diverse range of areas including production, transportation, food waste measurement, food recovery, upcycling, and organic waste treatment.

Pure Flavor releases second eMagazine on greenhouse growing, products and recipes

Pure Flavor is developing a quarterly digital marketing strategy that delivers content promoting not only the brand but the key products Pure Flavor grows year-round.

Ontario creates long-term labour strategy for agriculture sector

Queen’s Park is launching an agri-food labour strategy that will address sector labour challenges and ensure a stronger, more sustainable and innovative agri-food industry.
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Featured News 
Feature 1

The race for rugose resistance

First identified in Israel in 2014, the tomato brown rugose fruit virus (ToBRFV, a.k.a. the rugose) is one of the most recent members of the tobamovirus genus to make headlines. Researchers and seed breeders are revisiting ancestral tomato varieties in search of genetic tools against ToBRFV. » Learn more
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Elements for creating a moonlight garden

As landscapes move into warm summer nights, a moonlight garden can extend the experience late into the evening. It’s not difficult to create a moonlight garden, focusing on specific elements – low-output artificial night lighting, water features, and plants that have light-colored or white blossoms and light or silver-gray foliage. » Learn more
On the move 

Nancy Boekestyn joins Ball Seed

Supporting the Canadian sales team and the company’s distribution centre in Ontario, Nancy Boekestyn says she looks forward to strengthening supplier relations to better serve their customers. » Learn more

Meghan Owens joins Dümmen Orange

Dümmen Orange has welcomed Meghan Owens to the company’s North American team as a retail account manager for independent garden centres. » Learn more

Cultivate ‘21

July 10-13
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