Peter Konjoian received his B.S. from the University of New Hampshire and M.S. and Ph.D. from The Ohio State University. He is president of Konjoian's Floriculture Education Services in Andover, Mass.
An experiment with growing radishes in plug trays using flood and drain irrigation determines whether or not plug tray density alters yield.
Two industry players have a conversation on how we can deliver the level of grower education needed to address complex issues associated with production practices and pest management strategies.
In a twist to traditional field production, experiments with petiole crops Pak Choi, kale and Swiss chard determine their suitability for hydroponic production systems using plug trays.
Marijuana growing is poised for change as growers and researchers focus on improving production practices.
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.
Konjoian’s Greenhouse has come full circle, from growing vegetables in its early years, to growing flowers and back again. Here’s why its owners think food is the future for this operation.
Horticultural operations are facing increasing pressure to solve sanitation issues related to water treatment. Some of the pressure […]