Seven students have been selected to receive paid internships through the American Floral Endowment’s Internship Programs.
National Garden Bureau, American Meadows, and Sakata Seed America are working together to provide grant money for therapeutic gardens in North America.
The merger results in a fully integrated hemp company complete with indoor and outdoor hemp production and processing and distribution channels.
Survey results indicate having a strong relationship with industry suppliers is major key to success.
Graduates of the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences often have job offers waiting for them.
At a time when profit margins and labor are tight and many are looking to cut costs wherever they can, maybe its time to rethink the direction of CAST.
Good news may be on the horizon for horticulture haulers who have been limited by restrictive hours of service regulations.
Before you meet with a potential building partner on a new greenhouse project, make sure you answer these critical questions.
Plant pricing negotiations can be a tough part of the job, but these tactics ensure everyone can walk away a winner.
In anticipation of possible registration changes from the EPA, AmericanHort is looking to better understand of growers’ use of neonics.
Looking at and knowing your true costs is a great way to begin your journey to increasing profits.
A legal decision in Maryland that upholds a ban on outdoor pesticide use on private property could have ramifications for both growers and independent garden centers that sell crop protection products.
When there is no one waiting to take over your greenhouse business, it pays in more ways than one to plan ahead for retirement or an unforeseen exit.