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Ottawa golfers helping food bank
The Ottawa Chapter is well underway with preparations for its major networking event of the summer, the annual golf tournament.
It’s official, agreement signed to co-locate Blooms and Home Show
The two events will be held side-by-side next year at the Direct Energy Centre in Toronto.
Orchard Farm Nurseries
Karl Klinck, past president of the Windsor Chapter, of Orchard Farm Nurseries in Windsor, was featured in People Profiles in the May issue of Biz X magazine.
Manderley Turf Products
Manderley Turf Products of Ottawa, announced it completed the acquisition of Terra Turf Farms of Calgary.
DiGiovanni receives honourary degree
LO executive director was awarded a honourary Bachelor Degree in Applied Studies from the Humber College.
Safety program coming for growers
Landscape Ontario Growers Sector Group has received funding for the development of the Ornamental Growers Safety Program.
LO-funded project studies methods to manage verticillum wilt
A plant biologist with A&L Biologicals in London, Ont., has submitted his first report on his research into managing verticillium wilt disease of maples and other horticultural plants.
Expo 2011 is now in a home of its own
Expo 2011 begins the decade in a new modern location, on a new date and with a distinct new look.
Snow in July?
Snow in July? Nope, it’s all about snow in September! Each fall, Landscape Ontario holds a snow and ice symposium, which is typically a sold-out event.
Certification — the industry’s best kept secret
There is a place that once a year springs to life and demonstrates everything that we, as professionals, hope to believe is possible.
Quebec acknowledges 2,4-D safety, won’t change Ontario ban
An agreement was reached as part of the settlement of a NAFTA dispute that challenged the Quebec government’s ban on certain uses of 2,4-D as being without scientific basis.
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