The new initiative will provide one-stop shopping for growers and brokers.
Growers and retailers can visit NGB’s “Year of the” display in the concourse of the Columbus Convention Center during Cultivate’18 to learn more and discover new elements of the 2019 program.
Deb’s Greenhouse, in Alberta, Canada, hosted the first New Blooms for Canadian Growers and Retailers event on July 5. The full-day event was attended by 96 growers, retailers, and plant brokers from Western Canada.
The new sales hires will join the existing team to allow for more extensive grower customer service throughout the country.
ThinkPlants not only supports the respective efforts of Danziger and Syngenta, but also opens the door for additional breeders and suppliers to market their varieties under the family of products.
The marriage of two of the world’s biggest gardening brands has resulted in the birth of a number of new ideas and initiatives focused on introducing new demographics to gardening, getting existing gardeners excited about growing plants again, and ensuring success to make them repeat customers.
Forbes magazine recently posted a list of the 25 most innovative ag-tech startups in 2018, which includes a few companies involved in greenhouse plant production.
Gold has become the darling of designers and landscapers because it brightens the shade and is one of the first colors in the landscape that draws your eye.
The Kroger Co. has announced a new policy to protect pollinators that includes a commitment to phase out sourcing of live garden plants in stores and garden centers that have been treated with neonicotinoids by 2020.
Nature Hills Nursery has developed Plant Sentry, a comprehensive plant compliance system that is designed to ensure that e-commerce vendors grow and ship only plants that are fully compliant with phytosanitary regulations.
Gotham Greens and BrightFarms each recently secured new rounds of funding that will help them further expand food production in urban markets.
The six HortScholars for 2018 will be onsite at Cultivate and will have the opportunity to network with industry leaders and attend multiple education sessions.
It’s simpler than ever to get your products spotted first at retail with the many new options that are out there for pots, tags, and labels.