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Editor’s Letter: All good things By Debbie Eisele

As the saying goes, “All good things come to those who wait,” and I know you all have been awaiting Heather’s return! I’m pleased to say that she will be returning in time to kick-off things in the new year.

I’d like to take this opportunity to say thank you for graciously accepting me in her stead and also for being a great audience not only this year, but throughout the years! We look forward to bringing you more amazing content in 2024.

Biological Control Against Unwanted Pests

In the meantime, if you are attending the Great Lakes EXPO in December, be sure to participate in the greenhouse education, and read more about Biological Control Against Unwanted Pests in the November/December issue.

Petunia purpling
Petunia purpling. Photo courtesy of Roberto Lopez.

Nurturing New Hires

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Of course, we have some great content for your reading pleasure this issue — AmericanHort shares how you can nurture your new hires in its latest article Nurturing New Hires.

Duets: Greenhouse Energy Curtains

Plus, you can read about greenhouse energy curtains in the Duets column.


Striving for Optimal Greenhouse Control

And be sure to read all about strategies growers can use to reduce the energy inputs needed.

Technically Speaking: Crop Acclimation

Also, check out Erik Runkle’s article on crop acclimation.

Culture Report: Romantica Ball Gown

The Culture Report details all you need to know about the rose, Romantica Ball Gown.Culture Report Star Roses and Plants Romantica Ballgown Rose

First-year Flowering Perennials

Read all about the beautiful options grown in one season with no vernalization required.

Vaughn’s View

Vaughn’s View highlights a perennial parade! Be sure to check it out.

2024 Guide to Cannabis Production

Inside this issue, we also showcase the 2024 Guide to Cannabis Production. Plus, the 2023 Cannabis & Hemp Week webinars are now available on-demand!

2024 Guide to Cannabis Production

To all of you, I wish you a safe, healthy and happy holiday season and we look forward to serving you in 2024!

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