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Pindstrup announces the launch of high-quality substrate in pure form, available in super-sized quantities.
Hoffman Nursery Head Grower Bill Hall describes how the company turned to a wood fiber substrate to improve the quality of its dormant miscanthus liners.
It’s important growers make sure they are getting a quality product from their growing media suppliers. Here are 8 ways suppliers are following through on this.
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.
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.
In some cases, growers fertilize their garden mums too late into the production cycle, resulting in elevated soluble salts levels in the growing media.
The new plant is part of a five-phase expansion project that will include more infrastructure for creating new fiber technologies.
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.
Growing media and fertilizer use are the two biggest factors greenhouse vegetable growers must consider when producing organically.
The best options, according to a Michigan State University expert, include either a pour-thru or a plug press.
The Ohio State University is offering a Greenhouse Management Workshop on Jan. 17-18, that will focus on managing the plant root zone.
This is the last article in a three-part series highlighting some of the potential challenges with using wood substrates in greenhouse crop production.
Profile Products has been a disruptor in the growing media market since launching HydraFiber more than five years ago, partnering with other media companies to blend custom mixes and large growers who mix their own media.