THE SHOCK OF HIGH ENERGY BILLS
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This year’s Canadian Produce Marketing Association (CPMA) Annual Convention and Trade Show is bei
One of the most highly anticipated announcements at the Fruit Logistica February 8 -10, 2017 trad
Berlin is the place to be this week when it hosts Fruit Logistica
A number of organizations hold their annual general meetings at the Ontario Fruit and Vegetable C
What’s new at the Ontario Fruit and Vegetable Convention?
It’s well understood that honey bee health is complex and honey bees face pressures from a number
Freshline Foods Ltd., a premier processor of fresh-cut, value-added fruits and vegetables, has la
Growers of Ontario’s processing vegetable sector are proceeding with contract negotiations despit
Canadian potato growers are curious about Bayer’s new product Velum Prime.
Engage Agro Corporation has announced the release of two new products to serve horticultural producers across Canada.
On November 24, Health Canada proposed a phase-out of the neonicotinoid imidacloprid, most commonly known by the brand name Admire.
Raleigh, NC – At Syngenta’s North American Media Summit in late October, leaders addressed the news that the $43 billion sale to China National Chemical Corporation would be postpo
One of the most highly anticipated announcements at the Fruit Logistica
Ten years ago, the Vineland Research and Innovation Centre drove onto th
Effective November 1, Evergreen Herbs Ltd of Surrey, British Columbia and Jaycee Herb Traders of Guelph, Ontario are now partners under the new banner of Green Thyme Herbs Ltd.
An era is coming to an end, but the mission will continue. Becky Hughes, manager of the Superior Plant Upgrading and Distribution (SPUD) Unit will be retiring November 30.
When it comes to new technology in horticulture, the biggest developments are actually very small; in fact, they are practically invisible.
Upper Canada Growers sounds like a company enshrined in history. It is, sort of.
The innovative grower: Thomas Oppenlaender