Flowering potted plants are no longer just traditional annual varieties that one buys at the grocery store for a gift. Check out 16 of the newest varieties to hit the market.
The 2014 Top 100 Growers list represents the largest greenhouse operations in the United States.
North American young plant growers are having a good year so far. Here is how 2014 is playing out for them in trends and statistics.
The American Floral Endowment (AFE) appointed Dr. Terril A. Nell as its new research coordinator to oversee its research funding and provide counsel to industry researchers.
Ethephon sprays are useful tools to delay the flowering of Ladyslippers streptocarpus without negatively impacting plant size or marketability.
If you grow food in your greenhouse that is sold for consumption, food safety regulations will affect you. Here is a recap of Debbie Hamrick’s (North Carolina Farm Bureau Federation) Cultivate’14 presentation on food safety for commercial greenhouse vegetable production.
Dow AgroSciences has received federal registration of Gallery SC specialty herbicide, a new liquid formulation.
In a talk at Cultivate’14, Gardening With a Y – Getting To Know Your Customers, Kelly Norris of the Greater Des Moines Botanical Garden touched on the issues surrounding Generation X and Y gardeners, and what the future holds for horticulture.
In his Cultivate’14 presentation on lighting the future of young plants with LEDs, Christopher Currey, Iowa State University, shared recent research on how LED lights stack up against high pressure sodium lamps for liner and plug production.
Determined to find out firsthand what a ban on neonicotinoid pesticides would mean for growers, Bell Nursery CEO Gary Mangum challenged his team to grow without them. Read to find out about the lessons he learned.