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Now that cut flowers and nursery crops have been added to the list of eligible crops for the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program, it’s time to get your ducks in a row.
The list of additional crops approved for CFAP funding is a mixed bag. Floriculture growers and microgreens producers welcomed the news, but the hemp industry remains on the outside looking in. Check out how these industries are responding.
The pandemic has forced states to become creative when regulating this sector. Here’s how some are using innovation to manage.
Despite delayed reform efforts and financial fallout due to the coronavirus, the cannabis sector still has some good business prospects to explore.
In response to the pandemic, federal lawmakers are investing $58 million to help Ontario vegetable growers protect their employees.
COVID-19 has made it impossible for Mid-Atlantic Nursery Trade Show organizers to welcome attendees to Baltimore in person, which is why they are working to develop an online platform.
Dr. Allan Armitage found a new marketing slogan for the greenhouse industry during a recent visit to the dentist. Here’s how it happened.
Dickman Farms in New York, Bell Nursery in Maryland, and Belmont Nursery in California were each confronted with the coronavirus in different ways. Learn how their leadership teams united each of their companies to chart a path forward.
COVID-19 has taught the controlled-environment greenhouse industry a lot about itself during the past few months, and it will continue to do so.
Balance of the $3 billion authorized for coronavirus aid set to be spent. Check out the details.
There are some simple things to implement social distancing in the greenhouse to prepare for the new way of doing production.
Many of the most popular plant destinations for new variety showcases are going either partially or totally virtual this year. Find out how you can still participate.