The UofG along with the Ontario Potato Board will be hosting the Potato Research Field Day on Wednesday August 16th at the Elora Research Station.
Come on out to view over 100 processing and table varieties where you can see the dug potatoes and foliage side by side. You can also hear about low glycemic impact potatoes from Dr. Reena Pinhero and an update on the CHC potato research cluster from Mary Kay Sonier of the PEI Potato Board. A free lunch will also be provided.
The flyer can be found HERE with more details, start time and directions.
The Ontario Potato Field Day on Thursday August 17 will be a good opportunity for growers, potato industry personnel and anyone interested in potatoes to see what is new in potato equipment, to have a look at new varieties and to exchange information. Potato growers and potato industry personnel from other provinces are welcome to attend.
As always, the Trade Show will feature new potato technology to enhance production practices.
For more information please contact Eugenia Banks (email@example.com, 519-766-8073)
Lambton College, Bioindustrial Innovation Canada (BIC) and the Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership (SLEP) cordially invites you to attend the inaugural Sarnia-Lambton Bio-Industrial Symposium at the Guildwood Inn in Sarnia, Ontario, from 8:30am to 4:30pm. The symposium is a one day event focusing on presentations from local, federal and provincial agricultural representatives, upstream and downstream processing industries, bio chemical and bio material product industries, and also federal, provincial and local funding agencies. Register online (free event). Continue reading Sarnia-Lambton Bio-Industrial Symposium
Presentation slides from the 2017 Ontario Fruit and Vegetable Convention (OFVC) are now posted online. Field vegetable content at this year’s OFVC included: Continue reading Ontario Fruit and Vegetable Convention presentations now available online
Are you interested in improving your on-farm food safety or formalizing your food safety program? The OSCIA offers free, introductory food safety workshops and webinars to get you started. These workshops are open to all sizes of operations — right down to the smallest farm stand.
While the workshops and webinars are open to all farm commodities, they are aimed at addressing food safety hazards from the horticultural perspective, and — as an introductory level — are most appropriate for those who do not yet have a certified food safety program in place. Continue reading Food safety workshops – last chance before the season hits