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Snapdragon 'Potomac Dark Pink'

New Greenhouse-Grown Cut Crops Expand Options for Growers 

Every year, a few new cut flower crops appear on the market. Usually new introductions are an improvement on an existing variety, or a line extension of new colors added to an existing series that... more »

The GPN Team at CAST 22: Stephen Kloosterman, Kim Sammartino and Tim Hodson

Editor’s Letter — Miles of Smiles

I flew west, finding flowers and new enthusiasm for my work.  As the new managing editor of Greenhouse Product News, I was blessed recently with the chance to attend California Spring Trials, aka CAST. I... more »

Management — Growing Labor Pains, Part 3

 If you take a two-hour drive east from Chicago, you pass a mixture of suburbs, small cities and some classic Midwest family farm country. Then you get to the industrial areas of Indiana — that... more »

GPN’s New Varieties Week Returns in May

GPN is excited to announce the return of  New Varieties Week, which will take place May 17 to 19. The online event will feature 60-minute webcasts by companies presenting their new introductions for the 2023... more »

Rudbeckia 'Glitters Like Gold' 

Vaughn’s View: Colorful, Exciting & Distinctive Perennials

The breeding, trialing, selection and introduction of new perennials continues relentlessly with a focus on ease of production, heat tolerance, unique colors, disease resistance, durability, extended flowering period, and... more »

Holistic Prevention of Plant Diseases the Best Practice

It’s funny if you realize that we have embraced (more or less) a holistic approach to our own health. We believe that doing certain things like exercising, eating better foods and avoiding smoking can help... more »

Growing Demand Forecast for CEA Crop Consultants

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, in 2020 the median salary for an agricultural or food scientist was $68,830. The Department of Labor projects 4,400 openings a year for the balance of this decade,... more »

CEA growers are looking for employees that have a good understanding of the different technologies used to grow healthy crops. (Photos courtesy of UDS-Causes)

Agriculture’s Economics: Are Consumers Always Happiest in Low Price Markets?

My guest today is Michelle Klieger, founder and president of Stratagerm Consulting, an agricultural consulting firm serving the global seed industry. She has worked with indoor and vertical growers on their seed selection processes. Michelle... 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.
Erica Hernandez
Emma Lookabaugh
Melissa Maguire
Cole Mangum
Oz Marshall
Meagan Nace
Tiffany Nohl
Chris Plane
Mike Prol

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