Learn why plant pathologists are calling this potentially devastating virus the Ebola of plant viruses.
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.
Ag tech that grows produce hands-free from half way around the world has come to fruition, and it’s “commerce ready.”
2019 Head Grower of the Year Marc Verdel of Battlefield Farms says understanding logistics is key to getting a better product on time, every time.
Growers can now take advantage of one new plant growth regulator, while another proven product features a reduced re-entry interval.
An international symposium on growing media served as the ideal venue for a closer look at how rising demand for substrates is shaping media production.
The University of Florida is hosting a one-day workshop in December to help growers learn new plant health management techniques from horticulture experts.
Growers who fail to carefully track pest management costs, and plant loss from pest damage, risk taking a bit hit in their bottom line.
The recent Cannabis Science Conference brought together industry experts, suppliers, testing labs, research scientists, policymakers, and others with the purpose of improving cannabis science.
Supplemental lighting containing blue light can induce long-day perennials into flower without the need for far-red light.
Debalina Saha will work closely with ornamental growers in the Great Lakes region on weed control strategies in the greenhouse.
Controlled environment producers are pivoting to greenhouse-produced cannabis in legal markets for many reasons, and there are factors to consider versus traditional, ornamental production when making the switch.
Many greenhouse growers have already incorporated HydraFiber into their production systems, but that hasn’t stopped Profile Products from continuing to look for ways to improve its performance.