What’s good for plants, but bad for zombies? GGS structures. The company released a new promotional video to get growers in the spirit of Halloween. GGS Structures ran a series of zombie movies last year, and this year, something new was released October 24.
Greenhouse coverings that provide diffuse light can increase quality and productivity in the greenhouse.
Osaka Prefectural University’s new city farm, which has been fitted out with Philips LEDs, opened September 19.
Check out some of the combinations and stand-out varieties that were on display this summer at Darwin Perennials Day 2014. Stay tuned for more!
Over the next 20 to 30 years, Garry Grueber of Cultivaris and Global Breadfruit says the horticulture industry will need to address such issues as population growth, feeding a hungry world, less availability of water and land resources, rampant climate change and increased focus on the environment and sustainability.
The Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens in Columbus, Ohio, is in its third year of annuals, perennials and vegetables trials. It is also host to the All-America Selections vegetable and annuals display gardens. Take a look at some of the varieties being put to the test.
Pleasant View Gardens, Loudon, N.H., upgrades for better efficiency and expands its range of greenhouses.
ScottsMiracle-Gro announced last week that the company’s indirect subsidiary, Scotts Canada Ltd., has acquired Fafard and Brothers Ltd., a producer of high-quality peat moss and high-performance growing media products
Gotham Greens announced October 7 that it has partnered with Method Products, an eco-friendly cleaning product company – to build what they are calling the “world’s largest rooftop farm” at Method’s new manufacturing plant in the Pullman neighborhood, on Chicago’s south side.
After five months of voting, the 2014 American Garden Award Winners have been announced. Check out the top three winners, chosen by the general public through online voting, in-garden votes and text votes.