Eco Habitat will be hosting it’s annual workshop on greenhouse IPM on March 5th in Vineland, so mark your calendars! This year’s theme is “Achieving Sustainable Biocontrol”, and includes guest speakers discussing how pest monitoring software can improve your IPM program. Keep reading for all the details.
We are ecstatic to report that the webinar series “LET’S TALK DISEASE” hosted by Greenhouse Canada Magazine and OMAFRA has had high interest and participation from growers.
Running from March to late April, this series covers topics from sanitation measures, to the most effective fungicides for persistent pests like powdery mildew.
Keep reading for and UPDATED list of dates and exciting speakers, and how you can view presentations you might have missed
Reminder that a new Greenhouse IPM course is being offered by industry this Friday. Check out this post for more details. Or see the flyer below for how to register.
Feeling a bit lost when it comes to pest management? Searching for advice on how to achieve a sustainable, long-term biocontrol program for your operation?
Then mark your calendars for February 23rd! A new IPM Workshop is here. Read on for details.
Our floriculture research friends over at e-GRO are hosting a few webinars in the next few weeks that might be of interest to you or your staff. Take a look at the details below, and follow the links to register if you’re interested! Continue reading “Upcoming Webinars: Plant Growth Regulators and Photoperiodic Responses”
When: Wednesday Nov 22, 9:30am – 3pm: Ontario Poinsettia Trials
Where: Jeffery’s Greenhouses – Plant 2 (2411 Fourth Ave., Jordan, ON).
Why You Should Go:
Along with a demonstration of new cultivars grown under Ontario conditions (to help you to decide for 2018), there will be talks on best management practices for starting and finishing your crop by experts at Selecta and Syngenta.
We will also discuss the dreaded Bemisia whitefly managment, both from a chemical and biocontrol perspective. I’m sure a lively discussion about this will follow!
Registration for the event is not required and a free lunch will be provided. Here’s the times of the various presenters:
The summer of 2016 was unusually dry across much of the Niagara Region. Prolonged dry conditions highlighted the need for access to irrigation water and the consequences of inadequate irrigation on crop production.
A number of grower organizations, working together with Niagara Region, were approved for a Growing Forward 2 grant to develop an Irrigation Strategy Action Plan for Niagara. The focus of this work is on farmland used for horticultural production, including grapes, tender fruit, nursery and greenhouse production, below the escarpment. The work is important for the future of your farm and your neighbours. Continue reading “Participate in Developing an Irrigation Strategy for Niagara”