Webinar to Provide Economic and Legislative Insight for 2020

A lot has happened in our industry over the last 11 months. The stock market continues to fluctuate on a daily basis, legislators in Washington have finally begun to address immigration reform, the Agriculture Trucking... more »

Insight into the New Year

It’s hard to believe that 2019 is nearly over — and 2020 is just around the corner. A lot has happened in our industry over the last 11 months. The stock market continues to fluctuate... more »

Is Your Grower Involved in Your New Greenhouse Build?

All too often, when you’re halfway through building a new greenhouse, change orders begin to come through. The owner wants to add booms, but it requires larger bottom chords on trusses or larger bar joists,... more »

Need Help Finding Solutions to Today’s Challenges?

Fighting pests and diseases in the greenhouse is a never-ending challenge for all growers. It is imperative to get to the root of these problems — the sooner the better. Learning how to diagnose these... more »

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 »

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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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