Thanks to the web we are able to make purchases, look up an astronomical amount of information, download music and videos, etc., right from our desktop or mobile device.
So you have a question and ... more
Water usage restrictions may encourage you to explore alternative sources, but these alternatives can come with challenges. Here are some points to consider.
With its earliness, versatility, attractiveness to pollinators, pleasing fragrance and eye-catching blooms, this new lavender is a big hit with growers and consumers alike.
The success of a green roof is dependent on the quality of plants growing on it.
Recent university breeding yields three exciting — and sterile — cultivars.
It is almost that time of year again for the annual pilgrimage out west for the California Spring Trials (CAST) where growers, retailers, brokers and breeders from all over the world get an opportunit... more
There has been a lot of discussion in recent years on how growers and garden centers can capture the attention (and the wallets) of the millennial consumer. This demographic holds the keys to future s... more
From begonias to vincas, here are some of the most impressive seed varieties observed at various summer trials in 2016.
This three-part series covers research on the cost of irrigation water, including the water source and treatment with filtration and sanitation.
Managing light is obviously critical to the production of crops grown in controlled environments. When considering the different dimensions of light, we usually focus on photoperiod (day length), ligh... more
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