December 2010Previous Issues
Letter To The Editor
Systems For Success
IPM Symposium offered one day only
There are many new features at the IPM Symposium in 2011. The list includes a new format and new networking opportunities, supported by a new energy. And, of course, it all takes place in the new year.
ORCGA plans seminar for Mar. 24
Underground Awareness seminar will be formally announced in January.
Vineland appoints business development director
Vineland Research and Innovation Centre has announced the appointment of Darlene Homonko to the position of director of business development.
Online plant encyclopedia follows Wikipedia example
The Plant Encyclopedia is a new innovation that provides information and images of cultivated plants.
London Chapter members learn about new trends in hardscapes
Members of the London Chapter of Landscape Ontario learned something about the latest trends in hardscapes and permeable pavers from John Lavoie, territory manager for Unilock.
Windsor Chapter presents Awards of Distinction
The Windsor Chapter once again had an opportunity to honour a number of its professional members with its Awards of Distinction presentation.
LO’s 38th annual trade show and conference will begin 2011 with innovation and education
Canada’s international horticultural trade show and conference is just around the corner. The 38th edition of Congress will take place Jan. 11 to 13 at the Toronto Congress Centre.
Landscaper has much to celebrate at opening of homeless shelter’s garden
David Gaze had a lot to celebrate on Sept. 24, when the official opening ceremonies took place at The Garden of Hope at Salvation Army Lighthouse Shelter for the Homeless in Oakville.
LO members use discounted Canada Blooms tickets as Christmas gifts
Landscape Ontario members can take advantage of a special promotional opportunity by ordering tickets to Canada Blooms, for distribution to their clients, staff, friends and potential clients.
New insurance carrier is good news for industry says committee chair
Horticulture Review recently sat down with CNLA’s insurance committee chair Gerald Boot to discuss some of the changes taking place with the HortProtect insurance program.