Vineland e-newsletter – Summer 2021

Parliamentary Secretary Ellis announces nearly $4 million to support Ontario horticultural research projects
Parliamentary Secretary Neil Ellis announced July 7, 2021 federal funding of nearly $4 million to support four horticultural research projects at Vineland Research and Innovation Centre.
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Darby McGrath, PhD, Senior Research Scientist, Environmental Horticulture Vineland welcomes inaugural members in new urban greening innovation initiative
A new public-private research consortium to address common urban landscape challenges is now open for membership with Landscape Ontario joining as an inaugural member alongside Walker Industries.
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Travis Banks, Director, Plant Variety Development Leading the way discovering rugose virus resistance
Vineland’s greenhouse tomatoes-on-the-vine breeding program is developing high yielding varieties with improved flavour, disease resistance and production traits adapted to Canada’s climate.
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Solving labour challenges with innovation Solving labour challenges with innovation
A new white paper written by Vineland lays out how innovative technologies can reduce labour challenges for Ontario’s processing vegetable growers.
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Aurora Borealis™ now available Think Canadian while at the garden centre
The latest addition to the popular Vineland’s 49th Parallel Collection of roses is giving Canadians another option to buy local. Aurora Borealis™ is now widely available at garden centres across Canada.
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36th Annual Tomato Disease Workshop 36th Annual Tomato Disease Workshop
Vineland is pleased to virtually host the 36th Annual Tomato Disease Workshop November 2, 2021 at 12 pm EST.
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