Phytophthora is the number one disease of floriculture and nursery crops nationwide. Here are some effective measures growers can take to reduce the occurance of this pathogen, known as "the plant destroyer."
It’s a loaded question, and one that you can’t answer overnight, but if you haven’t at least considered whether or not you should be selling plants and products online, you should devote some time to deciding if it is right for your business.
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.
The Oregon-based breeder was selected as Greenhouse Grower’s 2014 recipient of the Medal Of Excellence Award for Industry Achievement for contributing more than 20 years of unique genetics and exciting plant breeding to the floriculture industry.
When you’re a manufacturer, retailer or service provider, trying something new with an open mind is almost mandatory these days, whether that be a new product, event or marketing, says contributing editor Sara Tambascio. And new is even better when people who don’t know your brand find out about it and like it.
Gotham Greens broke the boundaries of agriculture by building the country’s first commercial-scale rooftop greenhouse operation in Brooklyn, N.Y. Now it’s taking that vision further with two more locations and contracts to build in more cities.