The Innovation Report
Introducing the inaugural issue of The Innovation Report - Vineland Research and Innovation Centre's first-ever research magazine. Since 2007 the organization has made a concerted effort to make linkages with stakeholders along the value chain, bringing innovation and research into the heart of Canada's horticulture infrastructure.
Some features you can look forward to:
- What Dr. Doryl Somers' teams research into reverse genetics has meant for ornamental petunias, and what it could eventually mean for Ontario's crops
- Ontario okra? Brantford bottle gourd? Dr. Michael Brownbridge's research could bring locally-grown ethnic crops to the Ontario food market and open new possibilities for farmers and buyers alike
- What do automotive plants and tulip fields have in common? Robots, of course!
From Vineland Research and Innovation Centre
To learn more about the Vineland Research and Innovation Centre and what they do, browse their website here.