The future success of your greenhouse, and the industry as a whole, is dependent on making your voice heard on key policy issues.
Verdel, the Head Grower at Battlefield Farms, says proper planning and a willingness to try new things are keys to successful plant production.
The new name Dramm Echter Farms highlights the company’s focus on connecting farms of all sizes to the floral marketplace.
The Ontario-based greenhouse vegetable operation has acquired Orangeline Farms, and has also purchased more land for expansion of its Ohio facilities.
Artemis, a farm management company, wants your input on the biggest challenges and opportunities you are facing.
Americann is investing heavily into a massive legal cannabis greenhouse facility in Southeastern Massachusetts, set to open in early September.
The University of Florida’s next Costing and Profitability Course, part of a series of online classes, kicks off in early September.
From Eason Horticultural Resources to Aris Horticulture, several greenhouse industry leaders are taking on new responsibilities.
The report offers an international roadmap for how the horticulture industry can position itself in the coming years and where the biggest growth may lie.
Year after year, there are reports of greenhouses and crops that have been severely damaged by hurricanes. Preparation ahead of time can minimize the damage to your greenhouse and, more importantly, the crop below it.
What’s under foot in your facility can help you get a step up on efficiency and profitability.
Proven Winners, Michael Carr Designs, and C3 Gardens collaborate to offer high-end, industry award-winning, self-watering plant containers.
The spring 2019 growing season performed as well as or better than expected for many greenhouse businesses. Here’s a closer look at the numbers.