Using new features from RedBud Software, growers can assign production tasks to team members and track their progress.
The online resource from Michigan State University encourages planting of trees, shrubs, plants, and flowers that research has shown are highly attractive to pollinators.
Check out a slideshow featuring more than 30 new varieties you should be considering for your crop mix in 2020.
Each new catalog features photos and descriptions of thousands of new and proven plant varieties, along with production tips and trial performance.
The University of Florida’s next Costing and Profitability Course, part of a series of online classes, kicks off in early September.
From Eason Horticultural Resources to Aris Horticulture, several greenhouse industry leaders are taking on new responsibilities.
The report offers an international roadmap for how the horticulture industry can position itself in the coming years and where the biggest growth may lie.
Year after year, there are reports of greenhouses and crops that have been severely damaged by hurricanes. Preparation ahead of time can minimize the damage to your greenhouse and, more importantly, the crop below it.
Ornamental and greenhouse vegetable growers have a few new resources in their battle against major insect pests.
It’s been a busy month for the team at Ball Seed, which not only recently formed a new distribution partnership, but has also unveiled a new production tool for mum growers.
All-America Selections has announced the first winners from its three-winter Herbaceous Perennial Trial, which was done in partnership with the Perennial Plant Association.
The event showcased nearly 1,200 varieties of vegetative annuals in large containers, hanging baskets, and beds from a global array of breeders.
The spring 2019 growing season performed as well as or better than expected for many greenhouse businesses. Here’s a closer look at the numbers.
Here’s how some independent garden centers are making it easier for their customers to find success in growing plants.
The Syngenta Ornamentals App is free to download and offers growers recommendations for insect and disease management.
Farwest 2019, which kicks off on Aug. 21 in Portland, OR, will feature a wide range of educational sessions, as well as innovations to be found on the trade show floor.
The LumiGrow SporeCam sensors, powered by Scanit Technologies, can capture, inspect, and classify harmful airborne spores for diseases such as powdery mildew and botrytis.