The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) released new figures that show the organic industry continues to grow domestically and globally, with move than 25,000 certified organic operations in more than 120 different countries around the world. Through the Agricultural Marketing Service’s National Organic Program, USDA has helped an additional 763 producers become certified organic in
The Ohio State University and AmericanHort collaborates on a poinsettia rating project that aims to inform growers about the differences between consumer and grower preferences on new poinsettia cultivars.
From colorful and long-lasting blooms to plants that are low maintenance and drought tolerant, these new perennials have a lot to offer your customers.
Is your environmentally controlled greenhouse production area 650,000 square feet or larger? If so, we want to hear from you.
During this young plant production season when many growers receive unrooted cuttings, liners and plugs for spring production. Cuttings shippers are delaying deliveries because the tender cuttings cannot withstand the frigid temperatures.
Emerald Coast Growers founders and longtime industry members Dave and Wyona Babikow have officially retired from the business as of December 2013.
Finicky yellow petunias require ample nutrition through aggressive fertilizer use during propagation.
In part one of a two-part series, Michigan State University researchers share their findings in germinating seedlings with LED lights.
When considering a fertilizer’s influence on media pH, you need to know its acid or basic reaction.
Industry members specializing in tropical and foliage crops weigh in on promoting plants to improve the comfort and design of consumers’ living spaces.