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New A.M.A. website better serves customers
New A.M.A. website better serves customers

One year ago, we changed our name to A.M.A. Horticulture Inc. to better reflect our focus on delivering innovative solutions to growers in the horticulture industry. With that name change came a new brand identity and, now, a new website....

A.M.A. + Orchard Park Growers
A.M.A. + Orchard Park Growers

It all starts with a love of flowers. For more than 40 years, Orchard Park Growers (Orchard Park), has kept pace with change, delivering select grower and consumer favourites in a variety of formats. For more than 15 of those year’s, A.M.A. has been a proud partner of the Ontario-based family farm, helping them to......

A.M.A. + George Sant & Sons Greenhouses
A.M.A. + George Sant & Sons Greenhouses

For more than 20 years, A.M.A. has been working closely with George Sant & Sons Greenhouses (Sants), one of Canada’s largest suppliers of plugs and cuttings for the annuals market. We have been inspired by their approach to quality, aligned with their sense of innovation, and motivated by their commitment to always push frontiers forward.......

A.M.A. wears #HatsForHope
A.M.A. wears #HatsForHope

Today is Brain Cancer Awareness Day in Canada, a day that means a lot to the team at A.M.A. Every day in Canada, 27 people are diagnosed with a brain tumour, 8 people learn they have brain cancer, and 19 people learn they have a non-malignant brain tumour, like our Managing Director Rick Bradt did......

Top 5 moments from Canadian Greenhouse Conference
Top 5 moments from Canadian Greenhouse Conference

Last year at the Canadian Greenhouse Conference, we announced that we changed our name to A.M.A. Horticulture Inc. We unveiled our new logo and look, dished up cake and celebrated our commitment to cultivating the future of horticulture....

A.M.A. wins Business Excellence Award
A.M.A. wins Business Excellence Award

On Wednesday, October 9th, the Leamington District Chamber of Commerce hosted its 25th Business Excellence awards gala in Leamington, Ontario. The gala is an opportunity to recognize innovation and excellence among the region’s increasing number leading organizations, many of which represent the horticulture industry. This year, A.M.A. was honoured and humbled to be the recipient......

New growing container for indoor organic veggies
New growing container for indoor organic veggies

A.M.A. Horticulture Inc. introduces new growing container for indoor organic vegetables Niagara Falls, October 9, 2019 – Greenhouse growers have a new solution for producing high-quality organic vegetables indoors. The A.M.A. 60 Growing Container, developed by A.M.A. Horticulture Inc., is a simple innovation that satisfies organic growing standards in Canada. Developed with grower input in......

How North American cities made public spaces bloom this summer
How North American cities made public spaces bloom this summer

As the leaves start to fall and kids return to classrooms, municipalities and other large institutions begin to clean up their summer planters and hanging baskets. But as with most cycles, summer clean-up signals that it’s time to begin planning for next year....

Got Hazelnuts? Tips for Propagating and Pruning
Got Hazelnuts? Tips for Propagating and Pruning

There are lots of reasons to love hazelnuts beyond everyone’s favourite chocolate spread. Hazelnuts are an important crop for North American growers and A.M.A.’s resident tree expert, Craig Willett, loves them because they are fairly easy to germinate when using the proper method and stabilized media....

Sawaya Trials 2019: A Snapshot of Best Blooms for Ontario
Sawaya Trials 2019: A Snapshot of Best Blooms for Ontario

Every summer, more than 300 flower growers, breeders, buyers, suppliers and folks who simply love to stop and smell the roses all descend on Simcoe, Ontario, for the Sawaya Garden Trials – a calendar highlight for North America’s flower industry. Why? Well, for the good company of course, but also to discover the varieties to watch and which ones to avoid....

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