A new study reveals the reasons people choose to include pollinator-friendly plant life around their homes and gardens, and why they may avoid them.
Here’s your chance to get to know the finalists for this year’s Operation of the Year awards. The winner will be announced at Cultivate’18 during Greenhouse Grower’s Evening of Excellence.
Autogrow, a New Zealand-based ag tech company, has combined the features of Amazon’s virtual assistant Alexa and Autogrow’s IntelliGrow API (Application Programming Interface) to create the first-ever talking automated growing system.
This year’s Southern Garden Tour for greenhouse growers featured stops at Young’s Plant Farm, the University of Georgia Trial Garden, and Metrolina Greenhouses.
Greenhouse Grower’s first annual GameChanger of the Year award winner is a disruptor successfully uniting the horticulture industry to address a problem that’s endangering its future.
Knowing the quality of your water can help improve crop health and avoid costly maintenance. Here are some tips on analyzing your water.
Greenhouse software suppliers say their grower customers are looking for platforms that can integrate data from the front office throughout the entire production process. Here’s a look at some of the latest systems on the market.
The conference will take place Nov. 7-8, 2018, in Boxborough, MA, and will cover the fundamentals of greenhouse production.
The majority of Greenhouse Grower’s Top 100 Growers plan to invest in technology in 2018 because of labor costs and shortages.
Corso’s says it is fully complying with the government’s investigation, and while it was not aware of fraudulent employment requests, it “regrets the stress and pain Tuesday’s raid had on our employees and their families.”
The Watsonville, CA, young plant producer, specializing in perennial plugs and liners, is looking to optimize efficiency on the front end of production.
Immigration officials make a sweep at Corso’s Flower and Garden Center locations. As of now, no criminal charges have been filed.
Now with four generations in the business, Lambert still operates from the original location, along with a number of additional peat bogs.
The national campaign, a partnership between The Scotts Miracle-Gro Foundation and the National Recreation and Park Association, is designed to highlight the role of public parks and pollinator gardens in addressing pollinator health.
This year’s edition features genetics from 21 breeding companies and information gathered from the 15 different stops on the tour.
Deb’s Greenhouse and High Q Greenhouses will host New Blooms for Canadian Nurseries & Retailers, which is designed to bring new varieties and programs to independent growers and retailers in Western Canada.
Pleasant View Gardens recently made a major investment in its greenhouse software system. Here’s how the company was able to use the technology to better coordinate all of its growing activities.