Succulents have flooded the plant industry in recent years, infiltrating into new markets such as home décor, cut flowers and party decorations. And these trendy plants just keep getting better.
Weather had a major impact on spring sales according to our Greenhouse Grower 2014 Spring Crops Recap Survey.
Chemistry advances in insecticides broaden growers’ pest management options, without compromising control.
See what growers said in Greenhouse Grower’s Spring Recap Survey about what they would change about the 2014 season.
With a brand new greenhouse in the works and lean flow manufacturing boosting its bottom line, North Creek Nurseries ventures into a new era of growing for its customers.
Driver shortages and increased shipping costs plagued some growers in spring 2014, possibly due to new hours-of-service regulations that have caused upheaval in the trucking industry.
If you’re feeling worked to the bone, cramped for space or starved for profits, now is the time to look into lean flow.
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.