Hort Snacks - April 2017

  Hort Snacks - April 2017
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 Another grueling extension season roles to a close, just as spring starts to peak up over the horizon. Of course, a new month means a new edition of Hort Snacks for your informing pleasure.

In this edition, you’ll find lots of things to help you to catch up on all of the things/events that you didn’t have time to attend during extension season (since weather is always questionable and unpredictable). You’ll find links to PDFs and PDFs and even more PDFs, all from 3 horticulturally-minded workshop series and a conference held in the first half of March. You’ll also find links to past webinars and a few other goodies to get you thinking about the past and the future.

You’ll note the absence of a direct market fruit and vegetable price survey report in this edition. In order to bring the greatest value, there needs to be a good amount of data, which is currently lacking. We’ve left things open a bit longer, so that you can share what you have with others. Please take the time to do so, as it is very important.

As you move towards spring, please feel free to contact us at any time to share your thoughts, ideas, suggestions for this newsletter or anything else related to growing the horticulture industry in Alberta (and beyond, of course). In the coming fiscal year, we are focused on identifying industry-growth priorities for each industry sector, so that we can focus our efforts on assisting with that. So, feel free to share that as well. And, enjoy the sunshine (when it is there).

Rob Spencer/Dustin Morton, Commercial Horticulture Specialists

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This information published to the web on March 27, 2017.