Vineland e-newsletter – Spring 2021

Making an impact through strategic innovation
As an independent, not-for-profit organization, Vineland’s success relies on real and tangible impacts for the horticulture industry. This past year, Vineland updated its innovation strategy and determined where the organization should go in the future.
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New innovation partnership to advance automation for vegetable growers
A new collaboration between Vineland and INO, the nation’s largest technology centre in optics and photonics will make innovative automation technology available for Canadian mushroom and greenhouse cucumber growers.
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Early ripening cherry developed at the University of Guelph and being commercialized by Vineland Innovation for local results coming soon
Vineland brings innovative technologies, fruits and vegetables to the Ontario and Canadian markets by actively “shopping the world” for interesting varieties and technologies, commercializing results from its own breeding activities and taping into its far-reaching network of international breeding programs.
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Vineland’s Radiance sweet potato Radiance’s Canadian reach is expanding
Two new Canadian sweet potato propagators are joining American-based Jones Family Farms in bringing Vineland’s early-maturing sweet potato Radiance to Canadian commercial growers and avid home gardeners.
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Rachael LeBlanc, Vineland’s Apple Breeder In the news
Vineland works to make public our latest horticultural research and innovation. Here is a snapshot of some stories you might enjoy.
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