Biostimulants can improve crop quality in ornamentals by enhancing plant growth or by increasing tolerance to abiotic stresses.
The Biocontrols Conference & Expo in Rochester, NY, in early October helped greenhouse growers understand the long-term value of biological control tools and techniques. Here’s what you may have missed.
Much of the technology used in North American greenhouses originated overseas. Here are some products on display at the GreenTech show in The Netherlands that you may soon be using in your own operation.
It can be a little difficult to wrap your head around the speed of change in greenhouse technology these days, but it’s time to be thinking about where your business will be a decade from now.
The Biocontrols USA 2016 Conference & Expo highlighted the increasing integration of biological controls as a useful component in your integrated pest management programs.
Water and nutrient management are critical elements for quality plant production in the greenhouse. Maintaining the right amounts […]
Costa Farms was the night’s biggest winner during an awards gala presented by the International Association of Horticultural […]
Some critical points to think about before adding vegetables to your crop mix include market, crop choice, and labor.
More than 400 growers, pest control advisers and certified crop advisers, researchers, government regulators and suppliers gathered in […]
The ornamental bedding plant industry really started with vegetable growers in the ’60s and ’70s. So while ornamental growers are looking for the next big thing, it’s not all that surprising that many of you are taking a look back at the potential of produce.