April 20, 2015
Three Michigan State University On-Demand Webinars Offer Effective Strategies For Insect And Disease Control On Vegetables
The first rule of effective insect and disease control for vegetables is to take action to prevent problems before they occur. But in order to do that, you need to have an effective pest and disease management strategy in place that incorporates best practices to ensure a successful outcome. Michigan State University offers three pest and disease management on-demand webinars that will get you started and keep you on the right track.
April 14, 2015
18 New Vegetables For Easy Growing And Healthy Eating
Current breeding efforts have focused on vegetable varieties that cater to small space and urban gardening trends and offer consumers good performance with minimal efforts. As a result, new, easy care vegetable introductions packed with flavor and loaded with fruits have swept onto the market. Here are 16 of the newest vegetables already on the market or hitting the market in 2016.
April 13, 2015
Keeping Your Greenhouse Vegetables And Fruits Safe: Overview Of Best Food Safety Practices
This is the first installment of a four-part series that will bring you up to speed on what it takes to fulfill food safety mandates for greenhouse production.
May 2, 2014
Green City Growers Produces Food For Local Customers, Provides Jobs To Core Urban Area
The urban greenhouse has been operating for almost a year and a half, and has spent that time refining its product mix and building its staff with workers hired from the surrounding neighborhood
January 20, 2014
Ethnic Produce Has Potential For Greenhouse Growers
As U.S. population demographics change, the market potential for non-traditional vegetable and herb niches may end up being very profitable for greenhouse growers.