Today’s gardeners don’t fit easily into one category and neither do their gardens. When it comes to containers, customers’ needs vary, whether it’s filling a small pot for an apartment balcony, brightening up a large patio container with some color, or dressing up a city street with oversize baskets. Check out 19 combos and mixes new for the retail marketplace in 2017. They are versatile enough that they offer something for every size and type of combination container.
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Genetically Modified Petunia Update: Breeders Take Swift Action, USDA Requires Import Authorization
Now that the initial shock of genetically engineered petunias is wearing off, breeders continue testing for tainted stock and look toward the future. On the consumer side, uncertainties remain.
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USDA-APHIS Bulletin on Unauthorized Distribution of Genetically Engineered Petunias
On May 2, 2017, USDA-APHIS was informed that an orange petunia variety was potentially genetically engineered and had been imported and moved interstate without required authorization by APHIS. This led to testing of numerous petunia varieties, which confirmed this particular variety and several others are genetically engineered, and meet the regulatory definition of a regulated article under APHIS regulations. APHIS continues to work with the industry to ensure unauthorized GE petunias are not distributed in the United States.
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Genetically Modified Petunia Update: Question and Answer with AmericanHort’s Craig Regelbrugge
AmericanHort’s key role interfacing with the USDA on the recall of genetically modified petunias has helped the horticulture industry rapidly address the problem. Senior Vice President Craig Regelbrugge talks about recent updates, the impact on the industry, and where it goes from here.