AmericanHort is strongly encouraging Kirstjen Nielsen, Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, to release nearly 70,000 additional temporary, non-immigrant H-2B visas.
There’s still time to register for the event, which will feature several educational sessions on making the best use of biocontrols.
Providing online education about your products for consumers, whether wholesale or general gardening public, is key to driving future success.
The greenhouse vegetable supplier will break ground on three new greenhouses by the end of the year, helping to add to its local footprint.
The Biocontrols USA West Conference and Expo will include three educational presentations that address the variables to consider when auditing a pest management program.
Resources like Voter Voice and Impact Washington allow horticulture professionals to make their voices heard to elected officials.
The company’s new Gro More Good initiative is designed to improve children’s health and well-being through increased connections to gardening, fresh food, and time spent outdoors.
David Kirby says the best way for plant retailers to succeed moving forward is to cater to the purchasing habits of the millennial buyers who are evolving as a primary consumer group.
During the Biocontrols USA West Conference, Fessler Nursery’s former Head Grower will highlight how the company uses a beneficial insect-based IPM approach.
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.
The whitepaper addresses topics such as sales and pricing trends, crop production patterns, investments in technology and automation, demographics in greenhouse owners, managers, and other key staff, and much more.
Proven Winners is partnering with local garden centers to reach more than 600,000 attendees at eight Home and Garden shows this spring.
Greenhouse Grower’s 2019 State of the Industry survey respondents say the excitement of new varieties and the prospect of improved sales have them ready to roll in 2019.