New Product Registrations - March 2018

Monday, April 16, 2018

Agri-Réseau is a resource available through The Centre de référence en agriculture et agroalimentaire du Québec (CRAAQ).  Every month, they publish a list of new phytoprotection registrations.  At Perennia, we are fortunate to have Mélanie Leclerc as part of our staff, and she has translated the March list of new pesticide registrations for Fruit Trees, Field Crops, Vegetables, Greenhouse, Berries, Ornamental, and"Other" (hops, hemp, quinoa, and basil), which can be found here.

This month strawberries has seen a registration for Prohexadione calcium, a plant growth regulator registered under the name Kudos 27.5 WDG.  To see more detail on registrations please click the link above.

I would also like to highlight that several of these products have been registered as a direct result of the Minor Use Priority Setting process.  Perennia holds regional grower consultations every November/ December that allow NS growers to have a voice in the National selection process. For example, Oxathiapiprolin was selected as a national priority in 2012 and we have now received registration for its use in caneberries!  Your voice counts!

Upcoming events

Thursday, March 15, 2018

The Dirt on Dirt: Sustainable Soils on the South Shore  
Please join Amy Sangster, Perennia Soils Specialist, Rosalie Gillis-Madden, Perennia Vegetable Specialist, and Brian MacCulloch, NSDA Agriculture Resource Coordinator, for an afternoon focusing on soils, potting mixes, and transplant health.

Tuesday March 27, 2018 1:00 - 3:00 PM
Provincial Building Boardroom, 312 Green St. Lunenburg, NS

More details can be found on the Facebook event here.

Registration is required, please contact Gail Walsh 1-877-710-5210 (toll-free) or 902-678-7722 to register by March 23, 2018.

Cape Breton Farmer to Farmer 
Spring Session
Amy Sangster, Perennia Soils Specialist and
Rosalie Gillis-Madden, Perennia Vegetable Specialist
will be joining the Island Food Network to deliver sessions on  soils, potting mixes, and transplant health.

Saturday April 7, 2018 1:00 - 3:00 PM
Frolicn' Folk Pub at Iona Heights Inn, Iona, NS

Limited space so please register at: