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  • Alberta Greenhouse Growers Association
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  • Scientific Meetings
    management of western flower thrips Frankliniella occidentalis Pergande on poinsettia 7th International Colloquium on Invertebrate Pathology and Microbial Control 4th International Conference on Bacillus thuringiensis Sapporo Japan 23 28 August 1998 Fry K M M S Goettel B A Keddie 1999 Evaluation of Beauveria bassiana isolates for efficacy against western flower thrips 32nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Invertebrate Pathology University of California Irvine 23 27 August 1999 Fry K M M S Goettel B A Keddie 1999 Evaluation of Beauveria bassiana isolates for efficacy against western flower thrips 47th Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of Alberta Waterton Lakes Alberta 14 16 October 1999 Fry K M 2000 Microbial Control of Insect Pests of Greenhouse Crops in Canada 2000 Joint Annual Meeting Societe d entomologie du Quebec Entomological Society of Canada and the Entomological Society of America Montreal Quebec 3 6 December 2000 Invited Lectures at Academic Institutions Fry K M 1997 Biological Control of Greenhouse Insect Pests Floriculture Course Olds College Alberta September 25 1997 Fry K M 1998 Biological Control in Greenhouse Production Systems Plant Science Course University of Alberta Alberta March 19 1998 Fry K M 1998 Integrated Pest Management Research Olds College Applied Degree Program Class Tour of ARC Vegreville August 18 1998 Fry K M 1998 Biological Control of Greenhouse Insect Pests Floriculture Course Olds College Alberta September 23 1998 Fry K M 1999 Integrated Pest Management Research Olds College Applied Degree Program Class Tour of ARC Vegreville August 20 1999 Fry K M 2000 Integrated Pest Management Research Olds College Applied Degree Program Class Tour of ARC Vegreville August 23 2000 Scientific Meetings Attended with Funding From the AGGA 7th International Colloquium on Invertebrate Pathology and Microbial Control 4th International Conference on Bacillus thuringiensis Sapporo Japan 23 28 August 1998 32nd Annual

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  • Scientific Meetings
    Goettel B A Keddie 1999 Evaluation of Beauveria bassiana isolates for efficacy against western flower thrips 32nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Invertebrate Pathology University of California Irvine 23 27 August 1999 Fry K M M S Goettel B A Keddie 1999 Evaluation of Beauveria bassiana isolates for efficacy against western flower thrips 47th Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of Alberta Waterton Lakes Alberta 14 16 October 1999 Fry K M 2000 Microbial Control of Insect Pests of Greenhouse Crops in Canada 2000 Joint Annual Meeting Societe d entomologie du Quebec Entomological Society of Canada and the Entomological Society of America Montreal Quebec 3 6 December 2000 Invited Lectures at Academic Institutions Fry K M 1997 Biological Control of Greenhouse Insect Pests Floriculture Course Olds College Alberta September 25 1997 Fry K M 1998 Biological Control in Greenhouse Production Systems Plant Science Course University of Alberta Alberta March 19 1998 Fry K M 1998 Integrated Pest Management Research Olds College Applied Degree Program Class Tour of ARC Vegreville August 18 1998 Fry K M 1998 Biological Control of Greenhouse Insect Pests Floriculture Course Olds College Alberta September 23 1998 Fry K M 1999 Integrated Pest Management Research Olds

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  • Alberta Greenhouse Growers Association
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  • Wood Energy for Farms & Rural Communities
    and quality of the wood fuel available to you will define which energy solution would be right for you Each wood burning system can require different fuel types with various sizes and shapes of fuel particles You need know that wood pellets sawdust and wood chips can be stored in the various bin sizes that can automatically feed wood boiler systems while logs are only for manual feed Environmental issues Smoke full combustion systems have no or very minimal smoke compared to fireplaces or other wood burning systems that emit a large amount of particles that end up in the air Insurance many insurance companies may be reluctant to provide you insurance for your house knowing that you using wood as primary heat source It is very important to let them know about technology that you use and all the safety precautions needs to be presented Choosing wood boiler system there are so many products available to rural residence but there are several key factors that needs to be address in this matter Efficiency of the system most of the European technology has high efficiency systems 85 95 Automation of the system how much time do you spend to run the system again most of the European systems are fully automated throughout year as you only need to load fuel into storage and minimal maintenance and monitoring Heat load requirement try to buy system that fits your heat requirements There are many systems that either too large or to small for you heating requirement Storage and space requirements for the system Cost and services beside the cost of the unit it is very important to know what kind of services supplier assists you in case that something goes wrong There are too many suppliers that will happily sell you system but if something goes wrong just as happily leave it up to you to fix it Smoke most of the full combustion systems produce no or very little smoke minor at starting up There are many products on the market in Alberta very few or none from high efficiency European technology but your individual energy needs and wood fuel availabilities are the key to find the products that are suitable to your needs and requirements Description of wood burning systems for domestic use Open and enclosed fireplaces secondary heating source Wide spread in Alberta and relatively low efficiency Problems with smoke Various wood burning stoves suitable as an additional source of space heating Efficient way of burning logwood Efficiency is better then open but still have an issues with smoke Pellet stoves fuelled on pellets and unlike conventional wood burning stoves pellet stoves are automatic Wood pellets are fed from the storage hopper into the fire Warm air is circulated and the heat output is adjustable or made completely hands free with a thermostat Pellet boilers for space and water heating Performance and size similar to oil boilers Logwood boilers similar to pellet boilers although larger for the same performance

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  • Wood Energy for Farms & Rural Communities
    8 10 of moisture Besides your individual heat or energy needs the type and quality of the wood fuel available to you will define which energy solution would be right for you Each wood burning system can require different fuel types with various sizes and shapes of fuel particles You need know that wood pellets sawdust and wood chips can be stored in the various bin sizes that can automatically feed wood boiler systems while logs are only for manual feed Environmental issues Smoke full combustion systems have no or very minimal smoke compared to fireplaces or other wood burning systems that emit a large amount of particles that end up in the air Insurance many insurance companies may be reluctant to provide you insurance for your house knowing that you using wood as primary heat source It is very important to let them know about technology that you use and all the safety precautions needs to be presented Choosing wood boiler system there are so many products available to rural residence but there are several key factors that needs to be address in this matter Efficiency of the system most of the European technology has high efficiency systems 85 95 Automation of the system how much time do you spend to run the system again most of the European systems are fully automated throughout year as you only need to load fuel into storage and minimal maintenance and monitoring Heat load requirement try to buy system that fits your heat requirements There are many systems that either too large or to small for you heating requirement Storage and space requirements for the system Cost and services beside the cost of the unit it is very important to know what kind of services supplier assists you in case that something goes wrong There are too many suppliers that will happily sell you system but if something goes wrong just as happily leave it up to you to fix it Smoke most of the full combustion systems produce no or very little smoke minor at starting up There are many products on the market in Alberta very few or none from high efficiency European technology but your individual energy needs and wood fuel availabilities are the key to find the products that are suitable to your needs and requirements Description of wood burning systems for domestic use Open and enclosed fireplaces secondary heating source Wide spread in Alberta and relatively low efficiency Problems with smoke Various wood burning stoves suitable as an additional source of space heating Efficient way of burning logwood Efficiency is better then open but still have an issues with smoke Pellet stoves fuelled on pellets and unlike conventional wood burning stoves pellet stoves are automatic Wood pellets are fed from the storage hopper into the fire Warm air is circulated and the heat output is adjustable or made completely hands free with a thermostat Pellet boilers for space and water heating Performance and size similar to oil

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  • Alberta Greenhouse Growers Association
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  • All Articles
    Oct Nov Dec Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 5 10 15 20 25 30 50 100 All Filter News 23 October 2012 2011 INDUSTRY REPORT Education Workshops 30 September 2013 Agriculture Winter Webinar Series 2013 Awards Scholarships 03 September 2012 Awards 2006 News 11 January 2013 Canadian Greenhouse Conference 2012 Research Extension 13 December 2015 Centenary Report Page 1 of 4 1 2

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