Podcast episode 3

The Grower Calling – the official podcast channel for The Grower News is pleased to release its third podcast episode with guest Chris Veillon, chief marketing officer for Pure Flavor, a greenhouse grower and marketer located in Leamington, Ontario.


SPONSORED BY


The podcast covers a wide variety of topics relating to Pure Flavor’s marketing initiatives. We discuss marketing trends in greenhouse grown production, the company’s new facility being built in Georgia, as well as NAFTA re-negotiations and what elements in a new agreement are important to the greenhouse sector.  

 

Podcasts will be released every other Thursday. 

 

Past podcast guests

John Thwaites – tender fruit grower (pears), Niagara on the Lake, ON

Dusty Zamecnick – berry grower (strawberry propagation, blueberries, and hops), Frogmore, ON

 

Upcoming podcast guests 

October 12 – Kevin Howe, fruit and vegetable grower and industry leader, Howe Family Farm, Aylmer, ON

October 26 – Eugenia Banks, consultant, Ontario Potato Board and potato grower, Shawn Brenn, Brenn-B Farms, Waterdown, ON

November 9 – Rich Feenstra, apple grower, Beamsville, ON

November 23 – Larry McIntosh, president & CEO, Peak of the Market, Winnipeg, MB

[Podcasts can be downloaded on SoundCloud, iTunes or Google Play]

To sponsor an upcoming podcast. Click here

If latest news: 
Check if it is latest news (for "Latest News" page)
Publish date: 
Thursday, September 28, 2017

Click to leave a comment

CAPTCHA
For security purposes, please confirm you are not a robot!

RELATED NEWS

Behind the scenes with Danny Mucci

The Grower goes Behind the Scenes of the April cover to gain insight from Danny Mucci. What’s the science behind indoor-grown strawberries? Is the market sustainable for future expansion? The president of Mucci Farms shares his forecast for the future of this new crop. 

Jason Deveau offers tips for spray season

Jason Deveau, OMAFRA application technology specialist, reveals the motivation for a new video, Micron Woman. It’s the best educational tool yet to see how a droplet of pesticide behaves once it leaves the spray nozzle. 

"Behind the Scenes" Kate Vander Zaag puts drones to use on her potato farm

Growers and researchers are giving a thumbs-up to drones which can be used for aerial surveillance of crop problems that scouts miss on the ground.

Kyle Wynette discusses selling hops to craft brewers

Ontario’s craft beer industry is a media darling, but local growers have remained almost anonymous. Kyle Wynette is one young grower expanding a six-acre hopyard. His Tavistock Hop Company along with Upper Thames Brewing are entered into the Great Ontario-Hopped Craft Beer Competition to be held February 21 in Niagara Falls.