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This week, Upper Canada Growers announced the opening of a new tissue culture laboratory in Harrow, Ontario, that aims to provide Canadian growers with clean fruit trees and rootstocks — faster than the current certification process for new varieties.

The new lab is a partnership with the University of Guelph and the National Research Council of Canada’s Industrial Research Assistance Program.

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