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.
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.
Researchers at Colorado State University has spent the last three years studying production methods for increasing efficiency and productivity with three herbaceous perennials.
Rhizoctonia and Pseudomonas can damage crops when not proactively addressed. Here’s what you need to correctly identify and prevent these maladies.
An ornamental disease expert weighs in on what growers can expect in terms of disease pressure in 2019, and how they can prepare.
University of Massachusetts experts say growers should be on the watch early for thrips and aphid population establishment in the greenhouse.
It can be very easy for your workers who transport flats in the greenhouse to quickly spread this virus.
The organic movement is a billion-dollar industry. With a little know-how, you can start producing organic crops for profit.
Basewell young plants are propagated off-shore and feature advanced root development without growing media.
The new 4.5-inch Square Quick Lock Pot and 6-inch Azalea Pot are produced at the company’s facilities in Twinsburg, OH.
Three crop protection companies are now offering new products that ornamental growers can add to their pest management arsenal.
Growing media and fertilizer use are the two biggest factors greenhouse vegetable growers must consider when producing organically.
Managing and controlling moisture during cutting propagation is critical to finish high-quality, well-rooted liners.