Management

Think Business — To Struggle or Not to Struggle?

Sometimes we confuse being busy as doing well. Sometimes we think when the phone is ringing that we should be happy not overwhelmed. Sometimes when we are creating great projects, we should be making money.... more »

Management — Cultivating the Next Generation of Green Collar Professionals

We are reaching a defining moment in horticulture. The greenhouse growers, garden center owners and, in fact, most of the horticulturists of today are aging and retiring. What should be a fountain of opportunity for... more »

Stay prepared: Boiler and generator maintenance checklists for the upcoming seasons

{Sponsored} As the fall and winter seasons come into focus, two of the most vital pieces of equipment to maintain and prepare are your boilers and emergency generators. Is your equipment ready for a potentially rough... more »

How to perfect your injury and illness recordkeeping and reporting program

{Sponsored} The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires that all employers with over 11 employees keep records for on-the-job injuries and illnesses, it does not hurt to do the same for smaller greenhouses. Recordkeeping can... more »

In Case of Emergency: creating a proper evacuation plan to keep your employees safe

{Sponsored} For a greenhouse, there can be no worse days than when a disaster strikes — but the biggest difference between a bad day and a disaster can be as simple as proper planning and preparation. ... more »

Shinoda Foundation Awards Scholarships

The Shinoda Foundation Board of Trustees recently presented its annual scholarships to elite students from some of the country top floriculture programs. “Our foundation was created to encourage fresh, ambitious young talent to pursue careers... more »

Syngenta Parent Company Invests $2 Billion to Combat Climate Change

On Oct. 22, the parent company of Syngenta Flowers and Syngenta Plant Protection announced it will spend $2 billion over the next five years to help prepare for and tackle the increasing threats posed by... more »

Horticulture and Marketing: Are We Making Enough Progress?

Joining me today is Bridget Behe, professor of Horticultural Marketing at Michigan State University. Bridget earned dual bachelor's degrees in Horticulture and Agricultural Education from Penn State University in 1983. She moved on to Ohio... 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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