Cuttings producers worldwide are committed to sustainability and producing clean, high-quality young plants.
The infamous winter of 2013-2014 started the spring season off at a snail’s pace, but once the weather subsided, demand was at a fever pitch.
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.
Thousands attended the first Cultivate’14, formerly OFA Short Course, held in Columbus, Ohio, July 12 to 15. Here are some of highlights from the action-packed event.
Anders Ludvigson, Svensson’s executive vice president, is on a mission to raise awareness of the challenge growers have producing more food using fewer resources. To start, he set out with a film crew to explore some of the climates where commercial greenhouse growers use the company’s products.
Die-hard Cavaliers fan and Cleveland native Bill Calkins explains how the headline-making decision LeBron James’ made to leave the Miami Heat and play in his hometown relates to your business.
Container gardens have never looked so good. There are plenty of new combos to choose from for 2014. Here are some of the newest introductions.
You make a difference, especially when your unique skill set is added to the efforts of others in the greenhouse industry.
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.
Thanks to Ball Horticultural Co.’s Mason Day and Seth Reed, gardeners can now share photos of their plants, interact with other growers and learn about what grows best in their area with the duos new app, GrowIt!