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If Vegetables Could Talk

"Eat your veggies. They’re good for you.” Who knew that besides building strong bodies, a head of broccoli could build a community. Or that the humble parsnip could ignite a passion. Or that purpose could... more »

Using Vertical Farming to Supply Locally Grown Produce

As a youth, Dan Albert, owner of Farmbox Greens in Seattle, Washington, worked on a farm in upstate New York. But his past growing experience is a far cry from his current vertical farm operation... more »

Vegetable Trends: Veggies in the City

Urban, small space, container gardening. These are just a few words used to describe current vegetable gardening trends. The average garden size is shrinking as more people choose to live in urban areas. At the... more »

AmericanHort Announces Results of Cultivate’16 and Plans for 2017

Nearly 10,000 individuals attended AmericanHort’s signature event Cultivate'16 this past July in Columbus, Ohio. Attendees came from 34 countries and represented all 50 U.S. states. A record number of emerging professionals — more than 1,000 -— attended... more »

Fresh Edibles on the Market

I know a lot of you are probably tired of hearing about edibles by now, but I assure you this "trend" isn't going anywhere — at least not anytime soon. Edibles are becoming more and more... more »

New Edibles at Spring Trials

We’ve already gone through the many annuals and perennials that made their debut in California this spring (see the June and July issues of GPN). But this month, we’d like to focus on some of... more »

USDA Issues $36.5 Million for Research, Extension Grants

USDA has issued 19 grants totaling $36.5 million for research and extension to support American growers and farmers producing horticulture and nursery crops, fruits and vegetables, tree nuts and dried fruits. The grants are funded... more »

Becoming Certified Organic — It’s Not as Hard as You Think

Consumers are more interested in buying organic products than ever before — so much, in fact, that American consumer spending, according to the Organic Trade Association, exceeded $39 billion on organic foods in 2014. That’s... more »

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GPN recognizes 40 industry professionals under the age of 40 who are helping to determine the future of the horticulture industry. These individuals are today’s movers and shakers who are already setting the pace for tomorrow.

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