Category Archives: Irrigation and Water Quality

Nursery Growers: Register Now for Short Course!

It’s that time of year, the annual Nursery Growers Short Course is right around the corner. This year, short course is back in-person and will be held on Friday February 10, 2023. We also have a new location; Landscape Ontario … Continue reading

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Upcoming COHA Webinar for Growers – “Surface Water Quality”

“Surface Water Quality Management in Ornamental Horticulture“ By:  Dr. Jeanine West, Phytoserv January 26, 2021 10:00 a.m. (PST) / 1:00 p.m. (EST) ————————————————————– Dealing appropriately with water issues is arguably one of the most important concerns facing today’s horticultural sector. … Continue reading

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Calling All Nursery Growers! (Feb 9/16)

  The Ontario Nursery Industry will welcome renowned industry expert, Dr. Henry Losing, from the Versuchs und Beratungsring horticultural institute in Germany.  Dr. Losing will be the keynote speaker for the… 2016 Ontario Nursery Growers Short Course (Register – click here)  … Continue reading

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Growers Short Course Boasts International Expert as Keynote

  The Ontario Nursery Industry will welcome renowned industry expert, Dr. Henry Losing, from the Versuchs und Beratungsring horticultural institute in Germany.  Dr. Losing will be the keynote speaker for the… 2016 Ontario Nursery Growers Short Course        … Continue reading

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Welcome to ONnurserycrops Blog!

Welcome to ONNurseryCrops

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