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We asked Dave Malenfant, Director of Outreach & Partnerships at the Neeley School of Business, for his thoughts on the subject.
The International Association of Horticultural Producers is planning a virtual conference in September, while GreenTech Americas in Mexico has been moved to 2021.
A webinar this week will address the skill sets required for managing a hydroponic growing operation.
Despite the challenges of coronavirus, the horticulture industry continues to invest in its people.
The news on the spread of coronavirus and its impact on controlled-environment growers continues to evolve. Our team at Greenhouse Grower has been connecting with all segments of the industry. Here’s a closer look at some of the recent updates, including economic relief for your business, how to handle labor shortages and concerns, and more.
The Produce Marketing Association has developed a food safety training program uniquely designed for industry mid-level professionals.
This year’s event will not have a trade show, but will offer a select number of educational sessions.
It wasn’t long ago, as the coronavirus pandemic began to disrupt our daily lives, that organizers of several […]
This year’s survey covers all crops grown in a controlled-environment greenhouse. Your input helps us provide a detailed look at the common challenges and opportunities growers are facing.
More than $545 million in producer payments has already been approved, and upcoming webinars will offer clarification on the application process.
Five leading operations have established a $130,000 endowment that will be used to fund research at Cornell University’s Long Island Horticultural Research & Extension Center.