Greenhouse Grower’s 2015 State Of The Industry Survey shows some promising trends for the new year. Here’s a look at the greenhouse market for 2015.
New developments and research in precision irrigation address water use issues and help growers make more informed fertilizer decisions.
Here is how Today’s Garden Center’s 10% Project is trying to make that happen through research, marketing and real world testing.
These popular slideshows from 2014 highlight everything from new perennials, to new veggies, to California Spring Trials.
Greenhouse Grower’s Basics & Beyond articles cover some of the latest news and research going on in greenhouse production. Here are article links for the last two years.
In late November, AmericanHort and SAF submitted comments to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regarding the Obama administration’s Pollinator Health Task Force. AmericanHort is urging the task force to remain focused on their original mission and to rely on credible scientific evidence.
An extensive study of the diverse turf and ornamental industry (“The Green Industry”) reveals that neonicotinoids are the top-rated products used by professionals to control their most important pests in greenhouses, landscapes, lawns, nurseries and trees.
Members of the Millennial generation aren’t buying cars and houses the way their parents did, and according to a recent article from The Atlantic titled “The Cheapest Generation,” it might be more than an effect of a bad economy. So what does this mean for horticulture? Industry members weigh in.
Hanna Instruments recently released HALO, a professional pH probe with Bluetooth Smart (Bluetooth 4.0) technology that transmits measurement data directly to an Apple iPad running the Hanna Lab App.
Flickr and Pinterest have lots of great ideas for using some of the great succulents breeders are introducing. Take a look at some of the newest succulents for 2014 and some creative ways to use them in the home and landscape.