Millionair Club Urban Garden

March 27, 2014

Millionair Club Charity Urban Garden Aims To Feed Homeless, Create Jobs

Seattle's first commercial hydroponic farms will supply families with donated fresh produce. The first hydroponic farm measures just 250 square feet and grows lettuces, kale and bok choy.

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Richard Jones

March 27, 2014

Vegetables: Back Where We Started

The ornamental bedding plant industry really started with vegetable growers in the ’60s and ’70s. So while ornamental growers are looking for the next big thing, it’s not all that surprising that many of you are taking a look back at the potential of produce.

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March 27, 2014

8 Vegetables You Should Try

Packed with old-fashioned flavor and modern productivity, your customers are sure to fall for these new veggies.

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Dr Allan Armitage

March 27, 2014

Growing Veggies Without The Garden

Edibles like strawberries thrive in containers and are wonderfully ornamental.

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March 27, 2014

Fresh Vegetables Create Fresh Markets

The popularity of fresh vegetables for the garden and table continues to rise, along with the possibilities for growers to get in on the trend.

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March 27, 2014

California Drought May Create Water Crisis

California is experiencing one of its driest years in history, and growers all over the state are searching for the best way to handle higher water costs and possible water use restrictions.

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Blue Apron offers consumers fresh foods ordered online and delivered to their doors.

March 27, 2014

Online Services Offer Consumers Ready-To-Cook Ingredients

Services like BlueApron.com and Plated.com deliver fresh foods to online customers. Are these services a potential distribution channel for greenhouse growers who produce vegetables as gap crops? You decide.

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March 26, 2014

The Case For Locally Grown

A growing consumer desire for locally grown produce is one reason greenhouse ornamentals producers should consider vegetable production.

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March 26, 2014

Producing Hydroponic Culinary Herbs

Switching over to tomato, cucumber or pepper production can be a big change for any greenhouse. These crops have long production cycles and may not fit as easily into windows of opportunity between ornamental production cycles. However, culinary herbs are a relatively quick and can easily be grown in simple hydroponic systems.

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