- Junior Sales Manager
- Technical Sales Representative, Leamington, Ontario
- Technical Sales Representative, Ancaster, Ontario
- HR Generalist
- Head Grower Strawberries (West Virginia USA)
- Global Sourcing Manager
- Buying Operations Manager (BOM Process)
- Sourcing Manager EU
- Manager Operations Ethiopia
- Manager Operations Ethiopia
Top 5 - yesterday
- "Particularly high demand for tracked machines with slewing ring and pipe rail carts at the moment"
- Reducing the spread of viruses with double cover films
- "Four new packs, four new sustainable solutions"
- "Change, differing opinions, and respect for each other, that's timeless"
- Biostimulant wins EU LIFE Award 2023 in the Environment category
Top 5 - last week
Top 5 - last month
- Hasfarm’s network expands in Indonesia, partnering with Bromelia Flowers and Tropika
- "Breeders need to study the Chinese market carefully before introducing a variety"
- North America: “Unbridled optimism for Mother’s Day tempered by reality”
- “A new sales channel for flower companies without any labor or high fixed costs”
- “Carnations have made a comeback; being seen as trendy again”
Reasons to love an LA Hybrid
LA Hybrids get their resiliency from their Longiflorum side -- this means they have a thicker petal texture, making them some of the most durable and long-lasting cut lilies around. Their unparalleled vase life adds incredible value to these already worthy blooms. Hands down, this is one of their most enviable traits, but by all means, it's not all. Let's keep counting the ways...
The longiflorum gene isn't just responsible for LA Hybrids' "bullet-proof" qualities--it is also the reason the flowers themselves are larger than regular Asiatics and have a slight trumpet shape. Now, what do the Asiatic genes bring to the table? They're responsible for the blooms facing upward (instead of down, like a longiflorum); but, more notably, the Asiatic genes are why LA Hybrids have a color palette more varied than any other class of lily.
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