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A Sure Sign of Spring

Over the years, we have come to realize how unreliable Punxsutawney Phil — the world’s most famous groundhog — is at predicting when spring will arrive. I have found that one of the best predictors... more »

Garden Writers to Meet in Chicago During IGC Show

The annual conference of GWA — the Association for Garden Writers, will take place this August in Chicago, Illinois, conjunction Independent Garden Center Show (IGC Show). More than 450 GWA consumer gardening communicators are expected, including authors, bloggers,... more »

New England Grows to Disband

After 25 years, horticultural trade show New England GROWS is discontinuing operation. The GROWS board of directors made the unanimous decision to dissolve and disband both the GROWS event and the organization. “The decision to... more »

MSU Prof to Present Boot Camp for Growers and Retailers

Bridget Behe, professor of horticulture at Michigan State University, will present a day-long workshop on what growers and retailers need to know when it comes to marketing the products that they grow and sell. Behe’s... more »

SAF Adds White House Correspondent to Congressional Action Days Program

Major Garrett, the CBS News' Chief White House Correspondent and columnist at large for National Journal, has been added to the lineup at the Society of American Florists' 38th Annual Congressional Action Days, March 12-13 in Washington,... more »

Temperature Integration

Plant development is primarily a function of temperature; crops develop progressively faster as temperature increases, until some high temperature at which they grow as fast as possible. Some sources of information give crop production times... more »

SNA Hands Out Student Research Awards

Five students from two universities were presented cash awards totaling $1,800 for their presentations at the Bryson L. James Student Competition that took place during the 62nd SNA Research Conference. The awards were presented on  Jan.... more »

What’s Next with Amazon?

Amazon started in 1994 as an online bookstore shortly after the world wide web came into existence. After four years, it started the expansion into products other than books, and by 2011 Amazon offered online... more »

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