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The Ontario Fruit and Vegetable Convention (OFVC) will be held February 22 and 23, 2017 at the Scotiabank Convention Centre in Niagara Falls (www.ofvc.ca). There are many general and specific topics that may be of interest to specialty crop growers. … Continue reading
Mark your calendars for the upcoming Haskap and Specialty Fruit Workshop on 24 August, 2016 at the Simcoe Research Station (1283 Blueline Road, Simcoe, Ontario). The day will include information about research and production of specialty fruit crops such as haskap, … Continue reading
Early season haskap cultivars, such as the Indigo series, are progressing towards harvest; however, as fruits are ripening, it is critical to get that bird netting over your bushes to protect the berries from scavengers. Unfortunately this year at the Simcoe … Continue reading
On Wednesday, 30 September 2015, at 12pm Central Time (UTC) Danae Frier, M.Sc. Candidate at the University of Regina will present a webinar on wild bees as crop pollinators using Haskap as a case-study. This talk will be presented as … Continue reading