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A.M.A. at Canadian Greenhouse Conference 2022

Are you ready to grow “Onward”?

We are looking forward to this year’s Canadian Greenhouse Conference – our first CGC back in person after two years! This year’s conference theme, “Onward”, resonates with us as we come out of the pandemic, reconnect in person, and celebrate A.M.A.’s 40th anniversary, looking ahead to the next 40 years!

We will bringing products and solutions to showcase in our two A.M.A. booths, including solutions for propagation, new containers, hydroponics, berries, leafy greens and more.

When: October 5 & 6, 2022

Where: Niagara Falls Convention Centre, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada

A.M.A. Booths: #325 & #225

Celebrate with us!

Join us on Wednesday morning in Booth #325 for some cake and coffee! We’re celebrating 40 years of always learning, always growing – and we couldn’t have done it without you!

Berry Sessions at Canadian Greenhouse Conference

On Thursday, October 6th, CGC is hosting an entire series of talks dedicated to berry production, and our own Shawn Mallen will be on the stage!

Getting Off the Ground: Growing Berries in Substrates

The introduction of substrate has had an enormous impact on Canada’s berry industry. By getting plants off the ground and into substrate, growers are extending their season and reducing overall labour inputs, while improving the quality and consistency of their product. But getting started with substrate can be intimidating. Tunnels or tabletop? Containers or grow bags? Which substrate is best for my plants? This Berry Substrate 101 presentation by A.M.A. Horticulture’s Shawn Mallen will share what systems to consider, what substrates are available and helpful tips to make sure you’re getting it right.

Berry production single strawberry in greenhouse

Other berry session speakers include Katie Goldenhar from Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food & Rural Affairs; Rose Seguin from Sollum Technologies; and Edward Durner from Rutgers University. We are proud to sponsor the 2022 Berry Production sessions once again this year and look forward to an afternoon of learning and growing!

And just for fun, this reel from our Instagram page when we were featured in Greenhouse Canada‘s September issue: https://www.instagram.com/reel/ChrzC1OAPLK/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link


Are you looking to evolve your berry business? Learn more about A.M.A.’s berry solutions, and get started today.