R&I researchers evaluate efficacy of Silamol: Greenhouse Canada

(L-R) Student researchers Evan Hadley and Charlie Laport with Frontline Growing Products president Dave de Haan and NC horticulture professor Mary Jane Clark, with Verbena plants from the research study in the Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus greenhouse.

On March 11, writers for Greenhouse Canada published an article on the work of the Niagara College Research & Innovation team in evaluating the efficacy of Silamol, a silicon product used in industry to help reduce the negative impact of biotic and abiotic stress in plants. Student researchers at NC took part in this research project under the guidance of professor and research lead Mary Jane Clark, with the support of Frontline Growing Products Inc. Research was conducted in the greenhouse at the College’s Niagara-on-the-Lake campus.

Read the story here: Greenhouse Canada

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