USDA Issues Statement on Unsolicited Seeds from China

USDA is aware that people across the country have received suspicious, unsolicited packages of seed that appear to be coming from China. USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) is working closely with the... more »

THINK BUSINESS — 7 Strategies for Navigating into the Future

I have written and spoken many times about this topic. Today, however, my voice is different. The world has been turned upside down with the health and economic crisis. How you think about and look... more »

MANAGEMENT — Mitigating Risk in the ‘Time of COVID’

Safety and security are the foundation of business. Crises like COVID-19 and other environmental challenges illuminate weaknesses and strengths — while providing fertile ground for reflection, education and change. Like many companies that have weathered... more »

Chat Room — July 2020

This month, we asked readers about Mother’s Day weekend, growing multi-liner combos and technology investments. Click on the PDF below to see what they had to say.   more »

The Demand for Local & Sustainable Food

Contrary to the popular belief that artificial intelligence (AI) will eliminate swaths of jobs in the indoor farming industry and leave hundreds of people unemployed, the evidence just isn’t there. Unless, of course, you assume... more »

RIP Gary Falkenstein

Our industry lost a great innovator when Gary Falkenstein, president and CEO of ePlantsource, passed away June 5, 2020, due to complications from surgery. A resident of Boulder, Colorado, Falkenstein was 75. Falkenstein was born... more »

Gloeckner Names National Sales Manager

Ricardo Campos has been appointed the North American national sales manager for the Fred C. Gloeckner & Co. Inc. Gloeckner is an international supplier of horticultural products with a nationwide sales force in the North... more »

Let’s Talk Pandemic & Horticulture

As I sit here and write this, I am now into day 73 of my Safer at Home crusade. It is not because I had/have the virus, but because I had five levels of my... more »

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