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April 24, 2018
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Sterilizing the pepper weevil

University of Guelph researcher Cynthia Scott-Dupree is testing a genetic control strategy that could bring much-needed hope to growers – a sterile insect technique.


Rooftop growing expands in Quebec

Lufa Farms’ newest greenhouse is a CFL football-sized field of hydroponic lettuce, moving on an automated grid, from seedling to maturity.


MedReleaf acquires Exeter greenhouse

Last week, MedReleaf Corp. closed a $26-million cash-and-shares deal to buy a one-million sq. ft. greenhouse and 66 hectares neighbouring west of Exeter on Airport Line.
 
 
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New technology for water treatment

Water quality and quantity are key factors in an operation’s ability to produce high-quality plants and products. Cost-effective water treatment systems are especially important for poor-quality water sources, meeting regulatory nutrient discharge limits, or maximizing water-use efficiency by recycling operational water. But how can treatment systems be customizable, require minimal maintenance and still be cost-effective? » Learn more
 
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