The panel of experts at Greenhouse Grower’s 2014 Top 100 Growers Breakfast offered insight on how the industry is addressing the public scrutiny on neonicotinoids, research that still needs to be done and what growers can do to promote their operations’ responsible practices.
Cuttings producers worldwide are committed to sustainability and producing clean, high-quality young plants.
Ball FloraPlant’s Las Limas farm in Esteli, Nicaragua, is one year away from full production, but sales and quality from the two-year-old facility are right on track.
Growing with precision is part of greenhouse growing, but growers can save time, labor and money and improve crop quality with automation, equipment and process optimization.
With its recent purchase of a farm in Colombia, Darwin Perennials is ready to amp up supply of its perennial genetics, to provide growers with tried-and-true varieties and comprehensive production specifications.
The infamous winter of 2013-2014 started the spring season off at a snail’s pace, but once the weather subsided, demand was at a fever pitch.
Precision horticulture is what you do every day — growing with precision for efficiency and profitability.
AgriNomix in Oberlin, Ohio, celebrates 20 years in the business of engineering and manufacturing high-tech automation equipment with cutting-edge developments.
If you weren’t able to attend the Saturday, July 12 Cultivate’14 session on neonicotinoids and pollinators, “Neonicotinoids: Cutting Through The Clutter,” you can now watch it on Greenhouse Grower’s YouTube Channel.
The gardening guru, television personality, philanthropist and motivational speaker urged growers, retailers, landscapers and florists to use social media to engage the next generation of buyers, and to invest in developing their respective audiences.