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Canada releases new greenhouse lettuce crop profile

The crop profiles provide baseline information on production and pest management practices for growers.

Green Industry Show returns in-person to new venue in Alberta

Set for Nov. 18-19, 2021, the tradeshow and conference will take place at Westerner Park in Red Deer, Alta.

Ontario invests $10M in grants for small businesses to build digital presence

The renewed program will provide small businesses with $2,500 grants, technical training, and digital resources to help them reach more customers in person and online.
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Les Exceptionnelles 2021: Spectacular foliage, flowers and fruit

Despite the unprecedented health crisis, the public and horticultural experts once again evaluated and vote for their favourite annuals and vegetables in the three trial gardens in Quebec. Eight annuals and four vegetables were awarded for their exemplary characteristics: spectacular foliage, uninterrupted flowering, abundant fruits or surprising volume! » Learn more

Greenhouse construction put on hold

In mid-March, Union Water Supply System (UWSS), announced a one-year moratorium to any new large service water applications, essentially halting new greenhouse construction in southwestern Ontario. It might seem drastic, considering that Essex County, has the largest concentration of greenhouses in North America, but one local mayor seems optimistic. » Learn more
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