New media and light products cover a broad sweep of growing conditions.
Check out the 2014 field trials results from the Missouri Botanical Garden in St. Louis, Mo.
Greenhouse coverings that provide diffuse light can increase quality and productivity in the greenhouse.
The drought in California has led to a shift in consumer attitudes. It’s an opportunity for growers to examine their own practices, and look for ways to cater to customers’ needs.
While you’re still preparing your operation for spring and investing in new ideas, consider employing some of these improvements to save money and resources.
Check out the 2014 Field Trials Results from the University of Minnesota in Morris, Minn.
Adverse weather conditions in Canada have played havoc with the peat moss harvest.
NY SunWork’s Greenhouse Project aims to build 100 labs by 2020. With 15 greenhouse project labs built and 11 more in development, it’s on its way to reaching that goal.
Greenhouse Grower asked trial managers to share their top performers this year. See which varieties appeared on top performer lists at least twice.
Cornell University researcher determines if substrate-incorporated slow-release fertilizers can be used to replace or reduce the need for liquid fertilizer for four spring crops.