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- Irrigation Manager - Tasmania or Victoria
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- Experienced International Trade Specialist
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- Finnish lettuce greenhouse uses industry waste wood to heat the greenhouse
- CABY virus resurfaces in cucumber greenhouse: "Sometimes there was hardly any aphid to be found in the crop"
- New ToBRFV-resistant varieties presented for Mexico
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Top 5 -last week
Top 5 -last month
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- Can the Dutch vegetable greenhouse chain bear the increasing costs?
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US (NC): Want a new plant? Sign up for propagation workshop
The classes will be held under the Outdoor Learning Center next to the greenhouse. Space will be limited to the first 15 to call and register. Phone the Cooperative Extension office at 704-216-8970. There is a fee of $15 for materials and supplies.
This is the 12th year for this popular workshop. With many of us losing perennial shrubs in last winter’s harsh cold, this will be an excellent time to start fresh with new varieties from someone else’s plant which did survive. With the way participants and Extension Master Gardeners bring quantities of cuttings, there will be enough for everyone to share.
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