Keeping social media accounts stocked with good information can be a challenge. Here are some thoughts on how to find fresh, new content to share with your followers.
Gardeners share their picks for best garden trends every day on Pinterest. Are we listening?
Diving into Facebook, Twitter and search engine optimization requires a new set of skills, but also a new mindset. Here’s what Senior Editor Online Sara Tambascio sees working in content marketing.
Robotics research at Vineland Research and Automation Centre are taking a look forward to the future of robots in the greenhouse.
Science, technology, engineering and mathematics programs at the grade-school level are turning out more students familiar with engineering and computer technologies.
This glimpse into the future is based on today’s rapidly evolving automation technologies.
We asked greenhouse growers about the biggest opportunities they capitalized on this spring in our Spring Recap Survey. Here’s a rundown of the top 10 responses. 1. More vegetables and herbs. Whether it was tomatoes, peppers or other vegetables, growers were meeting the need for vegetable plants. “Understanding the edibles market a little better, we
One of the best ways to improve your business can be to look at the opportunities you’ve missed, or, if you can, look at the opportunities that others have missed. Growers who answered our 2013 State of the Industry survey shared some of the opportunities they missed this year. We Could Have Sold More Inventory
Young plant grower C. Raker and Sons produces and ships plugs and liners through the entire U.S. and Canada with a diverse customer base. Its product list is focused on small- to mid-sized growers but like any business, having diversity in your customer base is very important, so the operation also does supply big box
Between warnings from garden writers and the national media and extensive signage at garden centers and retail outlets, the public was well aware of a problem with Impatiens walleriana this year. “Some people reported they couldn’t sell the Impatiens walleriana they grew because the press had been so alarming to gardeners that they weren’t purchasing