Greenhouse Grower’s 2014 Operation of the Year builds long-standing, mutually beneficial customer relationships that last.
Container gardens score a brand-new look with new options that include perennials, flowering potted plants and more.
If you grow food in your greenhouse that is sold for consumption, food safety regulations will affect you. Here is a recap of Debbie Hamrick’s (North Carolina Farm Bureau Federation) Cultivate’14 presentation on food safety for commercial greenhouse vegetable production.
In his Cultivate’14 presentation on lighting the future of young plants with LEDs, Christopher Currey, Iowa State University, shared recent research on how LED lights stack up against high pressure sodium lamps for liner and plug production.
Impatiens downy mildew is a fast-moving disease that can quickly go from bad to worse if conditions are right. In case you missed it, here are some of the highlights from Ann Chase’s (Agricultural Consulting) downy mildew update at Cultivate’14.
The Ball Seed Field and Landscape Day, held on July 25, 2014 in West Chicago, Ill., featured more than 150,000 plants for growers, landscapers and retailers to enjoy.
The comment period for the proposed Worker Protection Standards ends on August 18, 2014. Find out how the proposed changes will affect your greenhouse operation.
New small-space vegetables, container trends and flower/vegetable groupings contribute to a resurgence of interest in growing edibles.
Syngenta’s launch of Bioline Biological Control Agents with its crop protection products and as part of an Integrated Crop Management program last year has paved the way for integrated pest control on all fronts.
Do your part to promote pollinator-friendly plants in your community through outreach and education.