Havecon is nearing completion of a new high-tech, 2.78 million square foot single greenhouse for Mastronardi Produce in upstate New York.
The University of Tennessee Gardens trialed more than 190 varieties of annuals, perennials, vegetables, and herbs in 2019.
Seven Rinehart varieties, including five reds and two clean whites, will be available for the 2020 season, with more coming in 2021.
Two white and one glitter Lazzeri poinsettias varieties are new for 2020 and will ship from three Selecta One production farms.
The second annual Growing Innovations conference brought together growers and technology suppliers from across the specialty crop industry for a closer look at how leading growers can make the best use of the new tools available to them.
The Resource Innovation Institute is planning to release the two guides, which will be available online, during next week’s MJBizCon event in Las Vegas.
The new supplier rating system gives a visual reference to better-quality suppliers, and is designed to build confidence in the grower shopping experience.
The public trials, which were impacted by the weather in the spring in Michigan, included containers, baskets, and landscaped beds.
Dümmen Orange and the Avalanche+ growers cooperative, a group made up of 10 Dutch rose growers, are extending their partnership for another four years.
Learn why many of Loma Vista’s interns are on the right path to becoming industry leaders, and how you can model your own programs accordingly.
Greenhouse Grower editor Janeen Wright talks with BrightFarms Head Grower Denise DeRue about what it takes to produce quality produce for its customers.
The nut and stone fruit grower has acquired Fredriks Nursery in Ripon, CA, adding 13 acres of potted tree production to its offerings.
A new federal order imposes restrictions on imports of tomato and pepper seed lots and transplants from all countries where the tomato virus exists.
Greenhouse growers looking to refresh their knowledge on lighting, biological control, or fertility can register for three courses through Michigan State University.
Each of these selections offer the potential for profit, although be sure to do your homework so you know if they’re the best fit.
This year, landscape beds illustrated current gardening trends including tropical gardening, vertical gardening, and pollinator gardening with perennials.
Canada Blooms has selected its Flower of the Year for 2020, and the winner is a familiar name for many growers.