Check out the breeders, growers and new varieties that earned the Greenhouse Grower Medal of Excellence awards for 2014.
The Dummen Group received MPS-ABC (environmental) and MPS-GAP (Good Agricultural Practices) certification at the MPS booth at Cultivate’14 on Sunday, July 13. The company also announced it will not use neonicotinoid pesticides for spring annuals production.
Check out photos from Greenhouse Grower’s visit to CropKing Inc.’s research greenhouses as part of he vegetable production tour at Cultivate’14.
Take a look at some of the new products featured in the New Product Zone at Cultivate’14 in Columbus, Ohio.
Lowering temperature set points in the greenhouse may help you combat rising heating costs.
Tagawa Greenhouses’ has recently taken steps toward improving its operations, which largely involved expanding and improving its production team. The production staff is now made up of many individuals from the younger generation. Meet some of the individuals who have worked their way up to management roles before the age of 30.
A year ago, he announced to the industry he would switch his growing and consulting focus from flowers to food. In this new column, Peter Konjoian shares his research on new possibilities and demand for growing produce in greenhouses.
Its famous Endless Summer hydrangea not only transformed the Midwest nursery, it also ushered in a new era of point-of-purchase marketing and high-octane variety launches.
New chemistry controls 39 of the toughest ornamental pests.
Please take a few minutes to answer Greenhouse Grower’s 2014 Spring Recap Survey. Your input will help us get a firmer grasp on how spring played out for growers and what we can expect in Spring 2015.