iUNU, the computer vision company that helps growers apply artificial intelligence and machine learning in the greenhouse, has raised $7.5 million from BootstrapLabs and NCT Ventures, among others.
The whitepaper addresses topics such as sales and pricing trends, crop production patterns, investments in technology and automation, demographics in greenhouse owners, managers, and other key staff, and much more.
Third-party testing of new lighting fixtures and systems is critical in determining their efficiency. Here’s how this testing can ultimately benefit you.
The Garden Answers App and Dr. Allan Armitage’s Great Garden Plants App will cross-link to provide quick access to plant identification and details.
Proven Winners is partnering with local garden centers to reach more than 600,000 attendees at eight Home and Garden shows this spring.
Skagit Horticulture has opened a new clean-stock greenhouse to complement its large-scale production of select agricultural plant starts launched last year.
During the workshop, current and prospective cannabis growers will learn about the tools and techniques they can use to tackle their most pressing pest challenges.
With a balance of three active ingredients, Vigeo from Vivid Life Sciences mitigates short-term stress and supports faster recovery from stress events.
KiwiFlora, a global plant variety management company out of New Zealand, will add the Dianthus Scent from Heaven series to the ThinkPlants line up.
Cool Planet, an agricultural technology company is supporting the Wilmot Botanical Gardens at the University of Florida by donating its Cool Terra soil amendment to help transplant 120 camellias.
‘White Aspen’ is a new variety of corn plant (Dracaena) that sports green leaves boldly edged in creamy white.
The grants are used to fund research and educational projects in floriculture and related fields such as plant pathology, plant breeding, and plant physiology.
David Kirby, who was most recently with Monrovia Nursery, will lead TreeTown’s national sales team.
Shawn McBurney, Senior Director of Government Relations for the Society of American Florists, says policies related to immigration, trade, and tariff negotiations could have a big effect on floriculture.