Click HERE for the AUDIO version of this blog post. Frequent precipitation events continue to shower outdoor ornamentals with too much love. Leaf diseases are rampant, making plants … Continue reading
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Arboriculture & Landscape Pro’s: this workshop is for you:
This cooler weather has been a nice break, slowing down plant development and reducing heat and desiccation stress on newly planted or harvested nursery stock. We inched up a little in Growing Degree Days and Plant Phenology this week.
Posted in Arboriculture, Diseases, IPM, Nursery Production, Weekly Nursery Landscape Report
Tagged bugfinder, dave cheung, ipm in the landscape, ipm in the nursery, Jen Llewellyn, omafra, plant phenology
Looking for a fun, educational workshop to brush up on your plant health knowledge and skills? Looking to network with other professionals? Have I got the workshop for you! March 28, 2017: IPM in the Woody Landscape at Landscape Ontario in … Continue reading
Feeling stressed? Been stuck in the office too much? Looking for a mid-winter break with other like-minded individuals that will Inspire…..Motivate…….and Energize you for the coming growing season? The 2017 Nursery Growers Short Course is just 4 weeks away! Come … Continue reading
A recent study of fertilizer placement techniques in Ontario nursery grown nursery stock has shown that sub-surface applications of fertilizer can not only reduce the required amount of fertilizer inputs, but also help conserve nutrients in the crop.
OMAFRA welcomes Sarah Jandricic as the Greenhouse Floriculture IPM Specialist We are pleased that Sarah Jandricic joined the Agriculture Development Branch as the Greenhouse Floriculture IPM Specialist. Sarah works from the Vineland Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs … Continue reading