Cluster Annual Report Notes, July 2012
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Below are the English and French translations of the annual report notes from the Canadian Ornamental Horticulture Research and Innovation Cluster.

The report summarizes progress so far on the six themes:

  • Individual plant micro-climate in the greenhouse
  • Enhancing the diversity and efficacy of pest and weed control agents
  • Investigation and application of water use reduction technologies
  • Product quality enhancement during shipping and point of sale
  • Innovation in ornamental plants
  • Analysis and reduction of nutrient run-off

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