The Horticulture Industry Pollinator Stewardship Task Force has developed an agenda to signal to researchers the kinds of targeted research projects the industry wishes to support.
New media and light products cover a broad sweep of growing conditions.
Find out which varieties made Best of Show at the 2014 Field Trials.
All-America Selections (AAS) honors two vegetatively propagated impatiens with AAS winner status.
Skagit Gardens, a wholesale grower located outside Mount Vernon, Wash., will eliminate all use of neonicotinoid pesticides beginning in January 2015.
NY SunWork’s Greenhouse Project aims to build 100 labs by 2020. With 15 greenhouse project labs built and 11 more in development, it’s on its way to reaching that goal.
The Perennial Farm joins the HGTV HOME Plant Collection growers’ network for 2015.
Monrovia announces its new plant varieties for 2015, with the promise of more to come soon.
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.