Greenhouse grower Duffy Kniaziew talks about the 2019 business environment

Canada’s greenhouse vegetable sector is being buffeted by carbon taxes, high energy prices and repercussions from the last year’s sudden cannabis expansion.

Karen Davidson, editor of The Grower, goes 'Behind the Scenes' of the April 2019 cover story titled 'Cannabis clouds competitiveness of greenhouse vegetable sector' and speaks with pepper grower Duffy Kniaziew. Duffy shares his views on how these competitiveness issues affect his Leamington, Ontario business.  Click here to read the April 2019 cover story.

 

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