Remote Sensing Feature

February 12, 2017

Using Remote Sensing to Optimize IPM in Greenhouses

Researchers at the University of California Davis are developing advanced remote sensing technologies to automate detection of insect pest infestations in greenhouses, which could revolutionize integrated pest management practices.

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Overton Horticulture Field Day at Texas A&M University

February 10, 2017

2016 Texas A&M University Field Trials Results

Check out the 2016 field trials results for Texas A&M AgriLife Research And Extension Center in Overton, TX.

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Purple fountain grass

February 9, 2017

Bulking and Height Control of Purple Fountain Grass With Plant Growth Regulators

In the second article of a two-part series, researchers discuss methods for using plant growth regulators to bulk purple fountain grass and regulate its height.

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Plant in box for Amazon feature image

February 6, 2017

Amazon is Coming to Plant Retail; Here’s What it Means for Growers

Plant e-commerce may finally take off soon. The question is, are you ready?

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ISO Cutting Machine

February 4, 2017

Getting to the Next Generation of Greenhouse Automation

The most successful growers in the future will be those that are willing to accept and invest in new technology.

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TopCrop Monitor (Priva) feature

February 2, 2017

The Latest Updates in Greenhouse Environmental Controls

Constant monitoring of your greenhouse climate is critical, especially when you can’t be there in person. Here’s a look at what manufacturers have developed to make this process more efficient and effective.

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LumiGrow Gerbera feature

February 1, 2017

How Lighting Companies Are Tackling Plant Quality

Working with researchers and growers, three suppliers have learned how effective lighting can lead to healthier crops.

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Helianthus ‘Double Whammy’ (Pacific Plug and Liner)

January 29, 2017

Pacific Plug & Liner Offering a Rustic Experience at California Spring Trials

“Camp Perennial” is designed to bring nostalgia and light-hearted fun together with a highly cultivated selection of quality varieties and complete programs.

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Monrovia Trends Floratourism

January 26, 2017

9 Trends That Could Influence Gardening in 2017

From color-changing conifers to smaller-sized luxury looks, plant experts at Monrovia predict nine trends that will drive consumers to do more gardening this year.

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Adult Thrips feature

January 25, 2017

Tips to Stay Ahead of Aphids, Mites, and Thrips

Control these persistent pests with innovative chemistries that will expand your rotation options with new modes of action.

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Allan Armitage San Marzano tomato plant feature

January 25, 2017

Allan Armitage Describes Veggies, Shade Plants, and Climbers That Can Help You Find Success in 2017

Here's a look at plants that could help you with successful growing in 2017.

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January 24, 2017

AmericanHort Issues Call to Action on Safeguarding Pyrethroids

Synthetic pyrethroids, a class of insecticides for nursery and floriculture production and landscape management, are undergoing an EPA registration review with a focus on certain potential environmental effects.

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