A benefit of preparedness is peace of mind, which goes a long way toward handling whatever the present or future throws your way.
USDA has drafted the Interim Final Rule for the alternative crop out ahead of what will be a 60-day comment period. Get your peek at a courtesy copy, plus five overarching takeaways we pulled out of the first few pages of the document.
Trials set for real-time monitoring tech that can tap deep into groundwater quality.
From replenishment to electronic data interchange, growers are using technology to manage big data to improve their bottom line.
It’s important growers make sure they are getting a quality product from their growing media suppliers. Here are 8 ways suppliers are following through on this.
Allan Armitage offers his take on new perennial offerings that have caught his eye because of the role they can play in solution gardening.
This Canadian-based greenhouse vegetable operation is now growing tomatoes in Ohio, allowing it to provide U.S. consumers with a locally produced, high-quality crop.
Ag tech that grows produce hands-free from half way around the world has come to fruition, and it’s “commerce ready.”
The sustained growth of the fresh produce industry depends on how it manages market expansion and its continued attentiveness to food safety protocols.
2019 Head Grower of the Year Marc Verdel of Battlefield Farms says understanding logistics is key to getting a better product on time, every time.
An international symposium on growing media served as the ideal venue for a closer look at how rising demand for substrates is shaping media production.
Operation size doesn’t matter. There is transportation management software to help ship your products with minimum fuss, lower costs, and higher sales.
By far, hydrangeas are the trending plants of choice in Midwest gardens. But there are plenty other selections worth a look for the landscape.
Study reveals impact visual marketing cues have when it comes to consumer preferences, attention, and willingness to pay for horticulture products.
Growing Innovations is an event that shares fresh ideas, new technology, and creative approaches being put to work by specialty crop growers just like you.