The 2019-2020 Innovation Report

October 2019

Features

  • A new breed of company
  • Apple buds and taste buds
  • Seeking some hungry predators
  • Vineland makes expertise available to industry
  • Carving a path to commercialization
  • Vineland’s Automation Cluster seeds a homegrown industry
  • Vineland is bringing smart mushroom harvesting within reach
  • Getting smart about greenhouse irrigation: using artificial intelligence to guide watering decisions in Canada’s greenhouses
  • An automated workforce to harvest Canada’s greenhouse cucumbers
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The 2018-2019 Innovation Report

October 2018

Features

  • Leading┬áthe way on automation
  • Testing, Testing, TOV
  • Growing the urban canopy in a new direction
  • Slipping into sweet potato production
  • Consumer insights go beyond Vineland
  • Biocontrol big for flower growers
  • Vineland case studies: Bringing World Crops to market and Greening Canada’s roadways
  • Vineland by the number
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The 2017-2018 Innovation Report

October 2017

Features

  • 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
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The 2016-2017 Innovation Report

October 2016

Features

  • The dirt on healthy urban trees
  • Say what? Talking science with consumers
  • Appassimento chamber ups Ontario’s wine game
  • Crafting a sustainable cider industry
  • The scent of a tomato
  • Patience and possibilities: Vineland’s apple program takes root
  • Rose collection begins to bloom
  • Cold SnapTM spreading and that’s a good thing
  • A mite-y discovery
  • Innovative automation technologies around the corner
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The 2015 Innovation Report

August 2015

Features

  • The science of storytelling
  • New commercial research greenhouse set to give Ontario consumers more of what they want
  • Vineland begins multi-product bio-inoculant testing
  • New products reflect Vineland’s consumer-centric research focus
  • Innovation and commercialization, two sides of the same coin for Vineland
  • World crops trials to provide growers with scientific basis for decision-making
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