In The News

Jul 15, 2014

Ontario Farmer
By Glenn Powell

A Vineland Research and Innovation Centre project is trying to improve survival rates among young roadside trees. Read more

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Jul 8, 2014

Ontario Farmer
By Glenn Powell

Vineland’s ornamental plant breeder says finding a true hardy rose is like looking for a needle in a haystack. Read more

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Jul 8, 2014

Ontario Farmer
By Glenn Powell

Breeder estimates local production could double with a variety suitable for Ontario conditions. Read more

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Leading Canada's rose revolution
Jul 7, 2014

The Vancouver Sun
By Bill Brooks

If Rumen Conev, research scientist in plant breeding at Vineland Research and Innovation Centre in Ontario, has his way, Canada could become a veritable Versailles, with roses blooming coast to coast. Read more

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Innovations in biocontrol with Michael Brownbridge
Jul 4, 2014

Greenhouse Canada

Interview with Michael Brownbridge, PhD., of Vineland Research and Innovation Centre at Grower Day 2014. View more

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Scientist studying tree growth near highways
Jul 3, 2014

Distributed to six (6) Sun Media publications in the Niagara Region
By Rob Houle

If a tree dies along a highway, Darby McGrath cares. Since 2012, the Vineland Research and Innovation Centre scientist has been conducting a study for the Ministry of Transportation, in conjunction with Landscape Ontario and the Canadian Nursery and Landscape Association. Read more

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VRIC hardy rose
Jul 3, 2014

TVCogeco – The Source
By Mark Wikobrado

The Vineland Research and Innovation Centre is currently working on a Hardy Rose program involving over 15,000 different types of roses to be grown in Canada's cold climate. Katie Jones reports

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Automated sticking and cutting costs with John Van de Vegte
Jul 3, 2014

Greenhouse Canada

Interview with John Van de Vegte of Vineland Research and Innovation Centre at Grower Day 2014. View more

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Dipping cuttings to start clean
Jul 1, 2014

Growertalks.com

Vineland researchers are working with Flowers Canada and the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture & Food and the Ministry of Rural Affairs to get cutting dips on labels. Read more

 

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Working together to establish better crops and profits
Jul 1, 2014

Agri-Food Yearbook 2014
By Karen Ball

In the rapidly growing horticulture industry, there is a high demand for new products and services that improve profitability and lower growers’ costs of production. With the help of industry and government partners, the Vineland Research and Innovation Centre is looking for innovative practices and technologies to meet the demands of the horticulture sector. Read more

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