Grower Reinhold Holtkamp of Holtkamp Greenhouses near Nashville, Tenn., was featured this week on Forbes.com. The writer was clearly fascinated with all the research and development Holtkamp has done in African violets. Check it out at by clicking here (after a welcome screen).
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April 17, 2015
Sakata Seed Uses California Spring Trials Display Plants To Give Back
Sakata Seed America is putting its post-CAST (California Spring Trials) plants and flowers to good use to support events in local California communities of Salinas and Morgan Hill. The plants, along with donations through Sakata's Charitable Giving Program, will support three fun-filled community events that promote healthy lifestyles and support the agricultural industry.
April 17, 2015
Allan Armitage’s Favorite Plants From Proven Winners, Syngenta And Danziger
Between visiting California Spring Trial giants like Proven Winners, Syngenta and Danziger, Allan Armitage saw a lot of great plants in one day. Despite the size of the challenge, Dr. Armitage finds a few favorites he thinks you should try.
March 17, 2015
4 Key Pollinator Research Projects To Be Funded By Hort…
The Horticultural Research Institute will grant $125,000 in financial support for four key projects as part of the Horticultural Industry Bee & Pollinator Stewardship Initiative. The Initiative has three primary goals. First, to convene a task force to develop a bee and pollinator stewardship program, including creation of best management practices for plant production. Second, to identify and fund research that will help answer key science questions and fill gaps needed to design and refine the stewardship program. Third, to seek to positively position the horticultural community and its customers by collaborating with other compatible groups interested in augmenting pollinator habitat and protection.
March 11, 2015
Pollinator Initiative Promotes Bee-Friendly Talking Poi…
AmericanHort and the Society of American Florists are working tirelessly with the ornamental industry's Pollinator Stewardship Initiative on a number of new projects.
February 11, 2015
Infusion Technology Boosts Seed Performance, Study Sugg…
Seven-year-old wheat seed germination can increase by as much as 83 percent, according to a Vital Force Technology Study that looks at the effects of energy infusion technology on plant vitality.
February 3, 2015
American Floral Endowment Accepting Research Pre-Propos…
If you are pursuing a floriculture research project, now is the time to apply for funding through the American Floral Endowment. Research pre-proposal applications for 2015-2016 funding are due to AFE by June 1, 2015.
January 27, 2015
Marijuana’s Trajectory And Ascent To Horticultural Cr…
Marijuana growing is poised for change as growers and researchers focus on improving production practices.
December 9, 2014
Greenhouse Production: Two Years Of Basics & Beyond…
Greenhouse Grower's Basics & Beyond articles cover some of the latest news and research going on in greenhouse production. Here are article links for the last two years.
November 24, 2014
GrowIt! App Wins Gold At Design100 2014 US Mobile &…
The social garden app GrowIt! takes the Gold Winner award at the design100 2014 Mobile & App Design Awards.
November 10, 2014
The Perennial Farm Joins HGTV HOME Plant Collection
The Perennial Farm joins the HGTV HOME Plant Collection growers' network for 2015.
November 4, 2014
AmericanHort Publishes Revised American Standard For Nu…
AmericanHort announces the revised American Standard for Nursery Stock (ANSI Z60.1) is now available for industry use. The Standard reflects the consensus of the industry regarding how nursery stock — living plants other than annuals — should be specified and sold within the trade.
September 16, 2014
Ball FloraPlant’s Las Limas Facility Provides Gro…
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.
September 15, 2014
Darwin Perennials Takes Production Offshore In Bogota, …
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.
July 23, 2014
Plan Now To Prevent Bract Edge Burn On Poinsettias
Reduce fertilizer and water, and allow your poinsettias to develop slowly during the final four weeks of production to avoid bract edge burn.
April 22, 2014
How Two Postharvest Care Products Worked On Potted Plan…
What your potted plants look like at retail translates to sales or fails. North Carolina State University researchers report on how two postharvest care products performed.