Food has come full circle for the greenhouse industry. But beyond vegetables, herbs and ornamentals, what other crops could the greenhouse of the future hold?
Michigan Governor Rick Snyder has approved a plan proposed by a private company to turn acres of land it bought in the city into workable farmland to produce fresh food for the Detroit area.
Greenhouse Grower checks in with Peter Konjoian, co-owner of Konjoian Greenhouses, to ask about his recent switch from growing ornamentals to growing only vegetables.
Lavandula angustifolia ‘Thumbelina Leigh’ (from Green Leaf) A petite, vegetative variety that is early to flower compared to […]
Growing vegetables in floating systems is a viable alternative to soil production. By focusing on crops with short […]
Each stop at Spring Trials offers exciting new plants and products and this year, that included a lot […]
Burpee Home Gardens began touring the U.S. this spring on its Grow Anywhere Tour, visiting 23 cities to […]
Herbs have a fascinating economic and social history. Ancient civilizations used herbs for healing and in religious ceremonies. […]
There is a growing movement to consume food produced close to where it is grown — urban farming. […]
The trend in edibles we’ve been seeing in the past few years continues in full force this year. […]
When greenhouses sit idle between the time the last petunia basket is loaded on the truck and the […]
Shifting production from ornamentals to vegetable crops can be relatively simple with regard to production. However, there are […]
Darrell Joseph, owner of Bella Verdi Farms, in Austin, Texas, is seldom satisfied with the way he grows […]