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GrowLiv Ltd Oct 2
Great article in @greenhousecanada written by one of our fantastic Ph.D. scientists at Growliv
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GrowLiv Ltd Sep 25
Interesting article on pesticide use in the Canadian cannabis industry by Jonathan Page
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GrowLiv Ltd Jul 29
What really happens to the plastic you throw away? (Emma Bryce | TED-Ed) via
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GrowLiv Ltd Jul 15
Taking on cultivate 18 James Bond style
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GrowLiv Ltd Jul 11
We just updated our website, check us out for all our product and service offerings!
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GrowLiv Ltd Jul 9
Spider mites suck out chlorophyll from plants and leave tiny yellow/white spots on the leaves, known as chlorotic spots. If you notice these spots on your plants use biocontrol agents such as Persimilis or Californicus.
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GrowLiv Ltd Jul 5
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GrowLiv Ltd Jul 3
Replying to @BugladySuzanne @TOMS
Ha! They're adorable.
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GrowLiv Ltd Jul 3
The best way to control thrips is by implementing an IPM program that controls all of its life stages. Pesticide spraying isn't always the fastest or best way since thrips can become immune to it very quickly due to its short life cycle.
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GrowLiv Ltd Jun 29
A powerful predator in the greenhouse via
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Jason Mauck Jun 17
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GrowLiv Ltd Jun 20
“For every insect species that is a pest, there's 1700 that are beneficial. So why in production agriculture do we aim at just killing that pest when we should aim at providing habitat for all those beneficials” - Gabe Brown
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GrowLiv Ltd Jun 20
Wow, what a great talk by Mr. Brown
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GrowLiv Ltd Jun 20
Replying to @BugladySuzanne
YES! I couldn't agree more 👏
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GrowLiv Ltd Jun 20
When using sachets for predatory mites, resist making the exit hole bigger. It decreases the humidity and ruins the microenvironment in the sachet!
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GrowLiv Ltd Jun 19
Beautiful
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GrowLiv Ltd Jun 18
Persimilis, while a very effective predator towards spider mites, should only be used if you already have an infestation. If it's used as a preventative method it will starve or leave the area.
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Ontario Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs Apr 3
Farmers and food & beverage processors in Ontario can now apply for cost-share funding starting today. Information available now:
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GrowLiv Ltd Jun 15
Looks like the future of farming is going to be a desk job. The CNH Industrial Autonomous Tractor Concept via
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