Chris Pollock, marketing manager, BC Tree Fruits, discusses cherry exports to China at the CPMA trade show, April 14, 2016.

Interview with Davis Yung, Fresh Direct Produce, importer and wholesaler from Vancouver, B.C. at CPMA trade show, April 14, 2016.

Interview with Angela Santiago, CEO, Little Potato Company at the Canadian Produce Marketing Association Trade Show, April 14, 2016.

Nesting boxes for kestrels

Brian Gilroy, OFVGA property section chair, shares recent research results with nesting boxes for kestrels, birds of prey that deter other nuisance birds in vineyards and orchards.

Karen Davidson, editor of The Grower is discussing a new sweet potato variety with Carly Flemming and Derek Pearson of Vineland Research & Innovation Centre at OFVC 2016.

Dr. Eugenia Banks, OFVGA 2016 Award of Merit winner, talks about highlights of her 25-year career as Ontario potato specialist and the upcoming Ontario Potato Conference on March 1.

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Health Canada to restrict neonic uses

Health Canada will be cancelling some uses and restricting others of three neonicotinoid pesticides. Changes are ahead for crops ranging from tree fruits to berries to cucurbit vegetables. All uses for orchard trees, for example, have been cancelled.

Exirel insecticide label expanded

The extended label on this insecticide will assist growers in controlling carrot weevil in a number of root vegetables.

Malathion 85E insecticide label expanded

For the upcoming season, growers have access to another tool for suppression of spotted wing drosophila in a number of berry crops and stone fruits.

Milstop foliar fungicide label expanded

The extended label on this foliar fungicide will assist growers in suppressing powdery mildew on field and greenhouse mint as well as greenhouse-grown lettuce.

SproutMax PGR fertilizer launched for blueberries

A new blueberry fertilizer is now available for Canadian growers. NutriAg has launched PGR (plant growth regulator) fertilizer SproutMax.

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  • Health Canada to restrict neonic uses

    Health Canada will be cancelling some uses and restricting others of three neonicotinoid pesticides. Changes are ahead for crops ranging from tree fruits to berries to cucurbit vegetables. All uses for orchard trees, for example, have been cancelled.

  • Exirel insecticide label expanded

    The extended label on this insecticide will assist growers in controlling carrot weevil in a number of root vegetables.

  • Malathion 85E insecticide label expanded

    For the upcoming season, growers have access to another tool for suppression of spotted wing drosophila in a number of berry crops and stone fruits.

  • Milstop foliar fungicide label expanded

    The extended label on this foliar fungicide will assist growers in suppressing powdery mildew on field and greenhouse mint as well as greenhouse-grown lettuce.

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