All-America Selections has announced more 2015 AAS Winners, bringing the grand total of introductions for the 2015 gardening year to 25. The seven winners join the 12 announced last November and six announced last July. This year, AAS has had the most winners in one year since 1939.
Lloyd Traven, a speaker at the upcoming Biocontrols 2015 Conference & Tradeshow, was one of the industry’s early adopters of biocontrols in the greenhouse. Traven, owner of Peace Tree Farm, is evangelical about the technology as an effective tool for resistance management, as well as improved plant quality that contributes to a grower’s bottom line.
Marijuana growing is poised for change as growers and researchers focus on improving production practices.
Whether you are replacing your existing greenhouse covering or building a new greenhouse, it’s a significant investment, so make sure you have the right type of covering to suit your needs and budget.
Uniquely colored foliage and vivid blooms are just two of the great features new tropicals and foliage plants add to energize indoor and outdoor spaces.
Harvest Automation’s robot rental program proved to be such a success for the company that it is being extended through the spring. The program was unveiled last year as a way for customers to get started with HV-100 robots.
During Greenhouse Grower’s third annual GROW Summit in December a number of ideas, questions and calls-to-action transpired. Here are a few of the highlights.
The 2014 Dan Schantz Poinsettia trials featured more than 170 poinsettia varieties. Here’s a summary of the event, as well as a 2015 date for your calendar.
See what growers plan to work on for their 2015 business resolutions.
Growers who are already marketing plant benefits and gardening as a lifestyle say they think this could be the best angle for the floriculture industry to promote our products.