"Behind The Scenes" Peter Quiring, shares how his Discovery Centre leads to greenhouse innovation

Peter Quiring, founder and president of NatureFreshFarms, Leamington, Ontario has spent 20 years building and operating the most innovative vegetable greenhouses in North America. With  2.5 acres dedicated to research, he shares how the Discovery Center has been ground zero for the launch of the Tomberry, the world’s smallest tomato.   


Karen Davidson, editor of The Grower goes "Behind the Scenes" of the September cover story titled "Tomberries: the next 'little' thing in greenhouse produce" (click to read) and speaks with Peter Quiring.



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