NEWS HIGHLIGHT Downy mildew in Ontario onions Reports of downy mildew in onions continue to come into Kristy Grigg, vegetable specialist with the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs.
Move over Longface, Spooktacular and Trickster – there’s a new face in the pumpkin patch.
WEB EXCLUSIVE Introducing Orange Bulldog Move over Longface, Spooktacular and Trickster – there’s a new face in the pumpkin patch. Welcome Orange Bulldog, a new variety of the familiar fall fruit that may soon be available to consumers and wholesale pumpkin growers.
May 14, 2008 – Garden Grove, a California-based organic farming pioneer, has a new fertilizer and soil amendment on the market.
Garden Grove, a California-based organic farming pioneer, has a new fertilizer and soil amendment on the market.
May 14, 2008 – Scientists at the University of Amsterdam have discovered how to keep one's tomatoes from wilting – the answer lies at the molecular level.
Apr. 30, 2008, Guelph, Ont. – A new food panel at the University of Guelph will help researchers track changes in Canadian’s eating habits.
Another season of growth is well underway on fruit and vegetable farms across Canada. Some harvests will be winding down – such as asparagus – while others will be preparing to burst into full stream – strawberries, anyone?
Scientists in the U.S. have developed and released a new disease- and pest-resistant dessert gooseberry called Jeanne. Sweet and sturdy, this new high-quality, late-fruiting gooseberry was developed Oregon.
Witt-Gasetechnik GmbH & Co has expanded its Leak-Master series with the latest addition, the MapMax, developed from the Leak-Master Inline model.
Agriculture scientists with Ohio State University are taking a closer look at grafting as a different way of producing vegetables.
Canadian growers will soon have access to a new class of herbicide formulations that allow sulfonylurea herbicides to be delivered as liquids.
The Agricultural Research Institute of Ontario (ARIO) is pleased to announce that Murray Porteous, a member of the board of the institute, has accepted the position of chairperson.
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