Presented by K•Coe Isom, the webinar will look at how blockchain technology is relevant for all businesses today, including horticulture.
Growers can now take advantage of one new plant growth regulator, while another proven product features a reduced re-entry interval.
The University of Florida is hosting a one-day workshop in December to help growers learn new plant health management techniques from horticulture experts.
Proven Winners is one again offering its Gardener’s Idea Book as a resource that grower-retailers can use to make plant suggestions to their customers.
The new BioFarms will solve persistent problems in the fresh product supply chain, with the goal of delivering peak freshness year-round.
Learn more about the folks moving up the chain at Dümmen Orange, Aris Horticulture, Oglesby Plants, and other organizations.
Greenhouse growers who want to create successful combos must first know if the plants will grow well together.
After collecting thousands of votes, the National Garden Bureau has announced three therapeutic gardens receiving grants totaling more than $5,000.
From the use of cloud-based software to improved rack-tracking systems, greenhouse growers have several tools to help them deliver a high-quality product to the market.
Both HPS and LED lighting applications have their pros and cons, depending on the crop you are growing.
The newest young plant propagation system to hit the market is garnering industry awards and turning grower heads.
Increasing concerns about plant quality make seed certification critical, including food and other crops grown in a greenhouse.
The goal at Corso’s Perennials in Castalia, OH, is to prepare their interns for long careers in the horticulture industry.
Growers who fail to carefully track pest management costs, and plant loss from pest damage, risk taking a bit hit in their bottom line.
Supplemental lighting containing blue light can induce long-day perennials into flower without the need for far-red light.
Debalina Saha will work closely with ornamental growers in the Great Lakes region on weed control strategies in the greenhouse.