The Grower of the Year program encompasses two distinct awards: Operation Of The Year and Head Grower Of The Year. Tell us about an operation or head grower you believe we should consider today.
Today’s consumers have more sophisticated taste in flowers that goes beyond purple and pink. They’re looking for striking bicolors to use in smartly designed combinations for their patios and borders. Here are a few of the very best.
Take a look at these metrics in your digital marketing to see if you’re connecting with your audience or just adding to the clutter.
Take a look at 15 of Proven Winners’ most popular varieties, including Superbells Lemon Slice Calibrachoa, Supertunia Raspberry Blast Petunia and Diamond Frost Euphorbia.
Research shows that fungicide use can improve tolerance to stress and increase propagation speed.
When you’re a manufacturer, retailer or service provider, trying something new with an open mind is almost mandatory these days, whether that be a new product, event or marketing, says contributing editor Sara Tambascio. And new is even better when people who don’t know your brand find out about it and like it.
It takes vigilance and frequent testing to keep plants at optimum fertility levels.
Learn about which vegetable and herb crops are susceptible to powdery mildew and how to prevent and control it.
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.
Seattle’s first commercial hydroponic farms will supply families with donated fresh produce. The first hydroponic farm measures just 250 square feet and grows lettuces, kale and bok choy.
Services like BlueApron.com and Plated.com deliver fresh foods to online customers. Are these services a potential distribution channel for greenhouse growers who produce vegetables as gap crops? You decide.
Here’s a Q&A from the National Greenhouse Manufacturers Association that might help you improve your greenhouse.