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Governments invest over $1.3M in advancing horticulture at Assiniboine Community College

The governments of Canada and Manitoba are investing $1.3 million over five years to the Assiniboine Community College (ACC) for Horticulture Production. Through the Sustainable Canadian Agricultural Partnership, this investment will fund innovative and sustainable production practices, and protective system technologies.

Ontario, Canadian governments investing $16M in energy cost savings projects for food processing

The governments of Canada and Ontario are investing over $16 million worth of energy cost savings projects to help food processing businesses increase energy efficiency and lower their costs through the Sustainable Canadian Agricultural Partnership (Sustainable CAP).

Feds disburse funds on community food security projects

Federal Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAulay announced up to $9.98 million in funding for community food projects through the fifth phase of the Local Food Infrastructure Fund, an outworking of the Food Policy for Canada.


Sunterra grows strawberries year-round under Philips LED lighting

Sunterra Farms Greenhouse grows strawberries year-round under Philips LED toplighting compact and LED flowering lamp.

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Cultivating resilience

Companies should have a crisis management plan (CMP) in place to ensure that in a crisis they act quickly to minimize negative consequences and to facilitate a quick return to business (NSF, 2023). A company’s successful response to a crisis depends on many factors such as “preparedness, maturity, size, scale of operations, and financial viability” (NSF, 2023). By J Lynn Fraser. » Read more...

Sowing seeds of unity

It takes a little organizing to grow something but, in Alberta, Canada’s first controlled environment agriculture industry association is getting a good foothold. The fast-growing sector, known by several names, is quickly becoming a supplier of fresh, locally grown vegetables and fruit. The sector operates year-round, independently of weather, virtually anywhere. By John Dietz. » Read more...

Polytunnels, Greenhouses & Protective Cropping

This comprehensive book covers all aspects of protected horticulture. It discusses the appropriate setting for a greenhouse enterprise, and covers greenhouse design principles and commercial greenhouses. It also considers cladding materials, the development and use of polythene-clad tunnel structures, and greenhouse energy sources.

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Through the lens of the green industry

A few months ago, Greenhouse Canada launched a photo contest and appealed to our readership to share a glimpse of the Canadian greenhouse industry from where they operate. We received an astonishing 40 entries from across the country. Readers not only shared their photographic talents but also their insights on the business from their perspective. » Check out the top contenders for our Jan. 2024 photo contest!


Pacific Agriculture Show

January 25, 2024 | Abbotsford, BC. »


January 26, 2024 | Ludwig-Erhard-Anlage, 1, Frankfurt am Main » Read More...

GreenTech Americas

March 12, 2024 | QRO, Mexico »

California Spring Trials

March 20, 2024 | California »

CPMA Convention & Trade Show

April 23, 2024 | 1055 Canada Pl, Vancouver, BC V6C 0C3 » Learn more...

Grower Day

June 18, 2024 | 327 Ontario St. – St. Catharines, ON » Read More...