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Once you get past recognizing the efforts to make California Summer Trials a success. where do we go from here? Dr. A tries to answer that question.
The Perennial Plant Association’s National Symposium takes place as a hybrid event starting next week, and also includes regional events throughout the summer.
Allan Armitage chats with Dümmen Orange’s Chris Berg about Durabloom, an interspecific petunia series that combines beauty and hardiness.
University of Florida’s 2-year pilot project has come in for a landing. Find out what the study has to say about chances for commercial crop success.
The event welcomes all nursery and landscape professionals to learn more about this year’s trials and research projects.
With temperatures rising above the norm in the Western U.S., investors are looking to controlled environment agriculture.
Rocket Farms has started Phase 1 construction of its facility expansion that includes rebuilding 128,000 square feet of existing space and implementing a new living herbs greenhouse.
The arrangement with Tavant will help the breeding company gain real-time actionable insights to address supply and demand needs for producing seeds and flowers.
The summer edition of the horticulture industry’s California trials looks to be a one-and-done experience, as preparations for the 2022 California Spring Trials are now underway.
The Society of American Florists is now curating high-quality training in one central location — its Career Connection learning hub.
Greenhouse Grower’s Janeen Wright and Allan Armitage marvel at the stand-out color from the Baby series of nasturtium.
Greenhouse Grower’s Allan Armitage talks with Josh Kirschenbaum at PanAmerican Seed about how growers can position Kitchen Minis tomatoes to consumers.