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.
Many schools have Future Farmers of America programs or horticulture programs, but many more do not, so how do we spread the word?
It’s hard not to get excited by the recent spike in consumer interest in plants. However, just because […]
Providing online education about your products for consumers, whether wholesale or general gardening public, is key to driving future success.
Knowing what’s hot and what’s not can help sell more product. Carmen Johnston says making that connection can be as simple as looking around online.
What better way to tell your product’s story than through the unlimited potential of online outreach via social media marketing?
Features of the new web resource include job and education requirements, salary information, links to industry organizations, and videos of people in plant-focused careers.
There are reasons aplenty for those who have long been in the industry to actively engage with the next generation of plant enthusiasts.
With several top industry players in attendance, the high-level discussions at the 2018 GROW Summit ranged over many topics, but some common themes seemed to stand out — labor and the need for growers to raise their prices.
Horticulture isn’t the only sector struggling for steady, skilled workers.
Several industry leaders sound off on operational strategies that might ease the workload.
The Cincinnati Flower Growers Association (CFGA) held its first annual Summer Palooza in July, with all proceeds going to the CFGA’s scholarship fund.