Growing with precision is part of greenhouse growing, but growers can save time, labor and money and improve crop quality with automation, equipment and process optimization.
Greenhouse Grower’s 2014 Grower of the Year Ivan Tchakarov accepts challenges, embraces the latest technology and leads his team with a positive attitude.
Greenhouse Grower’s 2014 Operation of the Year builds long-standing, mutually beneficial customer relationships that last.
Gotham Greens broke the boundaries of agriculture by building the country’s first commercial-scale rooftop greenhouse operation in Brooklyn, N.Y. Now it’s taking that vision further with two more locations and contracts to build in more cities.
Marketing en Espanol speaks to the Hispanic consumer.
The mobile flower ambassador has created Flower Truck Adventures for more consumer interaction.
Do you grow foliage and houseplants? If not, it might be time to consider it. In a recent Today’s Garden Center magazine survey, of those garden retailers who carry houseplants, 54.3 percent report an increase in sales in 2013. Hermann Engelmann Greenhouses reports good news, as well, with a 5 percent increase within the foliage
Each year, each stop at Spring Trials offers exciting new plants and products. There were hundreds of new annual cultivars on display. Take a look at what’s new.
The world of the greenhouse ornamentals producer has changed dramatically since 1983, when Greenhouse Grower magazine published its first issue. Thirty years ago, small growers served independent garden centers with seed-based production of bedding plants. They sold everything they could grow at nice margins and spent much of their time focused on the plants. Today,
Ed Overdevest is working toward a solution for a problem that is a thorn in the side of growers everywhere — thousands of dollars of unused plant tags sitting for years in the tag room. By implementing a plan that includes in-house printing for tags that take more than two years to use up and