AI can seem like a strange, almost alien technology, but the future will bring more AI into even more greenhouses.
The event welcomes all nursery and landscape professionals to learn more about this year’s trials and research projects.
As someone hired into the horticulture business during the pandemic, I finally got my first taste at what the industry was like before lockdowns were a thing.
Lannes, who currently produces Dipladenia, will remain involved as a partner to develop new varieties.
The guide features new Proven Winners genera and varieties, bundled combinations, details on a new Complete Package Program, and more.
Three seminars will address how to make the most informed decisions when investing in new technology.
The video has Dr. Kay Jeong of Sun Gro Horticulture describe the key qualities of container substrates.
Since launching in 2016, the GoMaterials have been used by professional landscapers in Florida, New York, Quebec, and Ontario.
The moves are designed to enhance communication and partnerships with breeder clients and licensees.
The four-day event will teach attendees how to market online and will include courses on plant smartphone photography.
As we gear up for the 2021 Medal of Excellence program take a walk down memory lane and check out previous Medal of Excellence Winners in varieties, growing achievement, and more.
Former Republican Senator, Bob Worsley, will deliver a keynote speech on the current challenges faced in the political climate.
Leafy greens experts from three growing operations weigh in on where the market is now and where it is heading post-pandemic.
The current market for leafy greens in North America is estimated to be worth about $15 billion, and this number is likely to increase as new trends come on the horizon.
Following a new trend of repurposing shipping containers, Auburn University has built a vertical farm for on-campus use.
Avelyo works against key diseases such as powdery mildew, leaf spots, scab, and soilborne diseases.
New Potted Plants, Hanging Baskets, and Combination Containers to Expect at California Summer Trials
With varieties coming in all shapes, sizes, and colors, you can be sure consumers will find a variety they’d like to add to their patios.