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Despite the challenges many companies have faced this spring, here are a few projected summer trends you might want to jump on in the next few months.
Here’s a closer look at the status of greenhouse events such as Cultivate, United Fresh, upcoming flower trials, and more.
The news on the spread of coronavirus and its impact on controlled-environment growers continues to evolve. Our team at Greenhouse Grower has been connecting with all segments of the industry. Here’s a closer look at some of the recent updates, including economic relief for your business, how to handle labor shortages and concerns, and more.
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.
USDA recently approved $1.2 billion in contracts through its Farmers to Families Food Box Program in a continued response to the coronavirus crisis. While the move is positive, it’s not without some controversy.
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.
Growers looking for federal relief to deal with COVID-19 fallout have options, but they should act quickly.
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.
One of the underlying effects of the coronavirus lies beyond the bottom line of your business. It’s the mental health of you, your team, and your extended family.
With no clear timeline as to how long social distancing might last, most greenhouse owners are likely racking their brains to figure out how to manage costs right now.