By Luke Edwards, Grimsby Lincoln News Federal Minister of Science and Sport Kirsty Duncan announces $6.7 million in federal funding for seven genomic research studies including a joint project between Vineland Research and Innovation Centre and the University of Toronto. Read more
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Currently, the vast majority of North America’s container-grown nursery crops are produced using soilless growing substrates and fertilized with controlled-release fertilizers. In the past several years, Vineland has conducted on-farm trials, with representative, industry-standard cultural practices, using most common crops, growing substrates, and fertilizer types to provide fertilization guides for nursery operations in temperate climate regions.
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- New sweet potato variety suited to the Canadian growing season
- The potential of sweet potato propagation
- Orange sweet potatoes golden for consumers
- Cracking the code on eggplant production
- Okra proves A-OK for Canadian growers
- The scent of opportunity
- Gene miners: Meet PGI, Vineland's first spin-off company
- Mini-cuke packer promises big changes
- Scouting program proves fruitful
- Stars align for Chinook SunriseTM
Vineland’s Collaborative Greenhouse Technology Centre, designed by Baird Sampson Neuert Architects Inc., is the recipient of a prestigious Design Excellence Award from the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA). The 10 Design Excellence Awards winners for 2018 were selected from more than 111 submissions. Entries were judged based on a number of criteria including creativity, context, sustainability, good design/good business and legacy.