If you haven’t already heard, last month the color experts at Pantone announced that Living Coral is their choice for Color of the Year for 2019 (see page 9).
Pantone describes its selection as “... more
Is this new automated transplanting system right for your greenhouse?
This exciting new begonia breakthrough is at the top of its class with extra large flowers and quick finish time.
Editor’s Note: Beginning in 2019, GPN will send a survey each month to readers on various topics. Chat Room is a new monthly feature that will report the survey results. This is the perfect venue to get to know your peers and where you stand in different categories. Do you have a question you want us to ask? Contact Managing Editor, Jasmina Dolce, at [email protected]
Jessica Yaeger's comprehensive internship experience at Illinois-based Midwest Groundcovers provided her with insight into the horticulture industry and her professional future.
Ethylene is a hormone that influences growth and development of plants throughout their life cycle. It is a colorless gas that is active at very low concentrations, even at parts per billion (which is... more
Researchers at the University of Florida are working hard to understand the ins and outs of this fast-growing trend.
These mixes demonstrated characteristics breeders strive for in recipes. Both dramatic and striking, these top performers stood out in late August out of hundreds of baskets.
It is common in academia for professors to have “split appointments,” which define (roughly) what our career focus and programmatic areas are at our respective universities. At North Carolina Stat... more
Houseplants are finding their way back into more and more households. How can you capitalize on this growing opportunity?
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Question: I have heard much about the effects of pesticides (insecticides and
miticides) on biological control agents, but what about the influence of inert
ingredients in pesticide formulations — in particular, adjuvants?