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Michigan State University’s popular Online College of Knowledge greenhouse series continues this summer. Learn what you can take away from these educational opportunities.
Specialty crop growers want to make it clear that not only are they essential to the nation’s infrastructure, they are also doing everything they can to protect worker safety.
The Co-Founder of a nationwide legal cannabis and hemp professional agronomist network gave a brief presentation on applying traditional agronomy principles in cannabis, and an IPM consultant for Koppert talked the latest with beneficial bugs.
The training is designed to help you and your staff make better crop management decisions by learning the underlying horticultural science of plant growth.
Grow Irrigation Inc., an online irrigation retailer, recently began offering selected items from Netafim’s nursery and greenhouse product lines.
Here’s what we know about what’s happening at Green Empire Farms in upstate New York, where more than 150 workers have tested positive for coronavirus, as well as steps you can take to protect the health and safety of your employees.
The National Initiative for Consumer Horticulture recently hosted a webinar that offered tools, tips, and resources to all segments of the horticulture industry planning for a world beyond COVID-19.
Growing hemp in the greenhouse presents unique challenges and opportunities. Here are some things to keep in mind when setting up.
The Ohio State University will be hosting a Plant Empowerment Workshop in July that is designed to offer advanced learning and discussion for greenhouse vegetable growers.
Since the discovery of Ralstonia solanacearum Race 3 biovar 2 in a Michigan greenhouse last month, experts from across the industry are moving quickly to make sure the problem does not spread.