Company donates $30,000 to help power forward-thinking Produce Marketing Association initiative.
Biocontrol industry veteran Ronald Valentin takes on new challenge.
The deadline for submitting nominations is fast approaching, so be sure to let us know who you feel is most deserving of these awards!
The Fellows Program focuses on building the leadership capacity of global public horticulture by ensuring a healthy pipeline of talent to be the next generation of industry leaders.
Esther and her husband Alex, who passed away in 2001, were the founders of the Colorado growing operation.
Flores El Capiro S.A., a greenhouse grower in Colombia, took home the top prize this week from the International Association of Horticultural Producers when it was named International Grower of the Year 2017 during a dinner at IPM Essen in Germany.
Anne Bolser of Van Wingerden International was the Grand Prize Winner in Greenhouse Grower magazine’s recent Quadcopter Sweepstakes.
Mikaela Hermstedt, a 21-year-old senior from Lincoln, DE, plans to pursue a career in commercial greenhouse production of flowering plants.
State Rep. Halsey Beshears, a long-time nurseryman, was recognized for his contributions to agriculture during the 2016 legislative session with the Legislator of the Year award.
The British Columbia grower’s new site features a modern look and feel, responsive design for access on any device, and a greater focus on sharing its message to current and prospective partners.
Since 1985, Roozen has been the president of Washington Bulb Co., in Mt. Vernon, WA, turning it into the country’s largest flower bulb grower.
Larimer spent many years immersing himself in the psychology of color and color trends, and learned unique ways that color can be used by creative professionals in the floral and craft industries.
The symposium is a chance for growers and horticulturists to learn how to better navigate the challenges of extreme weather conditions, while still creating beautiful landscapes.