Stay on the pulse of the latest trends in horticulture research.
CNLA's Research Partners
Vineland Research and Innovation Centre (VRIC) is a world-class research centre dedicated to horticultural science and innovation. They are an independent, not-for-profit organization, funded in part by Growing Forward, a federal-provincial-territorial initiative.
Canadian Ornamental Horticulture Alliance (COHA) is the national organization representing flower, nursery, garden centres and landscape stakeholders.
Canadian Ornamental Horticulture Alliance Research and Innovation Cluster was founded by COHA and VRIC to produce research that will increase the profitability and competitiveness of the ornamental horticulture industry by targeting new market opportunities, addressing production challenges and utilizing innovation and technology to develop a more robust end product.
Significant trends are at work shaping the future of the ornamental horticulture industry and affecting businesses that grow and retail plants, and sell related products and services. With nearly three decades of relevant experience in the Canadian ornamental horticulture market, MARCON+ZRB examines these trends and reports on what they mean to you and your business.
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