A memorial service for Montgomery will be held May 19 in Ocala, FL.
With a grant from the NASA-funded Translational Research Institute for Space Health, California researchers will tweak tomatoes to make them uniquely suited to growing in space.
Katy Furnas brings industry experience to lineup at one of the largest suppliers of ornamental grass liners to North American producers and retailers.
Altman Plants, based in Vista, CA, is 10 weeks into integrating the recently acquired Color Spot Nurseries assets […]
Many schools have Future Farmers of America programs or horticulture programs, but many more do not, so how do we spread the word?
There are only a couple days left to sign up to participate in Dr. Charlie Hall’s YourMarketMetrics project, which measures and tracks profitability and performance indicator metrics for the greenhouse industry.
A team at the University of Connecticut is working to understand how greenhouse growers use water, including recycled water, and cope with limited irrigation water sources.
It’s important for every grower to look at their greenhouse not as a building, but as its own piece of equipment that needs regular maintenance checks.
Indoor growers felt the negative effects of the FDA recall, even though their product wasn’t contaminated. Here’s how they reached out quickly to consumers.
The Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) is seeking industry input on an environmental assessment for importing plants in approved growing media into the U.S.
The Southern Nursery Association (SNA) has created a new member program designed to increase exposure to buyers and suppliers in the horticultural industry across the Southeast.
The nursery giant’s latest purchase is just one more sign of its commitment to bringing the most advanced automation and mechanization to the industry.
Recent emergency situations at greenhouses across the country highlight the importance of having a disaster plan in place.