Duets: Crop Nutrition and Organic Production

Growers reading this column likely fall into one of the following groups. Some currently practice organic crop fertilization. Others are interested in learning how to transition from traditional inorganic practices to organic. And others are... more »

Growing Better CEA Crops with Smart Lighting Choices

Lighting plays an important role for both ornamental growers and controlled environment agriculture (CEA) growers. For ornamental crops, photoperiodic lighting controls flowering, while supplemental lighting increases light intensity to reduce crop time and improve crop... more »

WaterPulse Hits Installation Milestone

WaterPulse recently announced that it has now installed 10 million square feet of WaterPulse capillary watering mats in greenhouses, nurseries, garden centers and indoor growing operations in North America. This is the equivalent of 230... more »

Dümmen Orange Acquires Grow-Tech

Grow-Tech LLC., a developer and manufacturer of plugs and microgreen growing media is joining the family of businesses of Dümmen Orange. According to the companies, the move reflects the growing importance of scale in the plug business,... more »

Dramm Expands Online User Forum

For the last several years, Dramm Corp. has offered an online forum to allow its customers to post questions and review prior questions and answers for any of the company's  products. This feature helps users find... more »

New Postharvest Cut Flower Book Published

The Association of Specialty Cut Flowers has published a new book on postharvest handling of cut flowers for growers, retailers and wholesalers. The book, "Postharvest Handling of Cut Flowers and Greens," addresses processes involved in... more »

Philips Lighting Adds Key Account Manager

Philips Lighting has hired Ray Houweling as a key account manager for Canada for the horticulture LED lighting segment. Houweling has held a number of positions in the horticulture industry including most recently with Agrozone... more »

Understanding How PGRs Work

Plant growth regulators are chemical compounds that regulate various growth and developmental processes in plants, such as seed germination, rooting, branching, flowering, fruit development, dormancy and plant growth habit. As the name implies, plant growth... more »

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