August 3, 2017
Innovation Never Stops at Catoctin Mountain Growers
The Van Wingerden family knows the importance of keeping up with change, and is always looking to make the necessary updates at its Maryland operation.
July 25, 2017
Cultivate Town Hall Discussion Highlights Great Potential of Consumables
This year’s Town Hall forum at Cultivate’17 focused on how consumable products have the potential to revolutionize the industry.
July 17, 2017
Greenhouse Grower Honors 2017 Medal of Excellence Breeding Award Winners at Cultivate’17
Greenhouse Grower’s Evening of Excellence at Cultivate’17 was a celebration of the 2017 Medal of Excellence Winners that embody the best in breeding, marketing, and growing, and typify the dedication to quality that is so prevalent in our industry. Check out who the big winners were.
July 11, 2017
Your Chance to Win a Free Copy of “Light Management in Controlled Environments” at Cultivate’17
Each day during Cultivate’17, the Greenhouse Grower/Meister Media Worldwide booth will be giving away one copy of “Light Management in Controlled Environments,” a resource that brings together the latest findings from scientific studies geared toward advancing the science and application of lighting for specialty crop production.
July 7, 2017
New Tools for Your Crop Protection Arsenal in the Greenhouse
Over the past few months, crop protection companies have developed several new products designed to help you manage a wide range of insect and disease pests. Here’s a look at some of them.
July 2, 2017
PlantHaven Wins Medal of Excellence Award for Marketing
After 20 years of making the world a more vibrant, colorful place, PlantHaven wins Greenhouse Grower’s Medal of Excellence Award for Marketing for its groundbreaking ability to connect breeders, growers, and consumers through personable advertising campaigns.
June 22, 2017
Japanese Breeder Ushio Sakazaki Wins Medal of Excellence Award for Industry Achievement
From Supertunias to Superbells, this innovative Japanese breeder has used wild genetics to create game-changing plants that help consumers reconnect with the beauty of nature.
May 25, 2017
Allan Armitage: Two Great Examples of Young People Moving the Industry Forward
In his latest column, Allan Armitage says perhaps we should, as an industry, extend our hands to our youngest members. We might be pleasantly surprised what happens.
May 22, 2017
Genetically Modified Petunia Update: Question and Answer with AmericanHort’s Craig Regelbrugge
AmericanHort’s key role interfacing with the USDA on the recall of genetically modified petunias has helped the horticulture industry rapidly address the problem. Senior Vice President Craig Regelbrugge talks about recent updates, the impact on the industry, and where it goes from here.
May 8, 2017
2017 Greenhouse Grower Top 100 Growers: The Complete List, and More
Growth signifies a healthy industry, and indeed, several of Greenhouse Grower’s Top 100 Growers expanded their operations significantly between 2016 and 2017.
May 4, 2017
Bayer Altus Update: Neonic Insect Control Alternative Now Available
Altus, a butenolide class insecticide with the active ingredient flupyradifurone, will be available beginning May 1, and is labeled for greenhouse and nursery use on ornamental plants, vegetable transplants, and indoor vegetable production.
May 2, 2017
Willoway Nurseries’ Tom Demaline Participates in President Trump’s Farmers Roundtable
Joining other members of the agriculture community, Demaline provided insights on the importance of a reliable guest worker program and offered the greenhouse industry as a resource for the new administration.
April 24, 2017
“Light Management in Controlled Environments” Now Available on Amazon
An expanded update to “Lighting Up Profits,” this new lighting book unlocks the secrets of managing light to enhance greenhouse crop production.
April 13, 2017
Research Team Seeking Feedback From Hydroponic Growers
Are you a hydroponic grower of food crops? If so, Michigan State University and Iowa State University researchers are looking for your input.