February 2012

Are You Keeping Up with Consumers?

Do you have your finger on the pulse of today's gardening consumer?As the economy continues its s-l-o-w and methodical recovery, and as the gardening demographic continues to evolve and consumer t... more

Blueberries as Ornamental Edibles

Blueberries provide a niche crop that combine consumer interest in edible gardening with sustainability and low-care perennials.

Crop Culture Report: Impatiens Sun Harmony Series

An obvious choice for containers and patio planting, Sun Harmony impatiens take the sun and heat like no other.

Finding a Place

A career in horticulture has a lot to offer to today’s young people. the key is to let them know what a great industry it is!

Greenhouse Energy Conservation Strategies

As energy prices continue to remain high, growers are keen on energy conservation strategies, especially when their operations are located in colder climates. Ultimately, growers are interested in red... more

New Poinsettia Releases for 2012

Twenty-one new cultivars were introduced in the poinsettia trials this year.

Perennial Solutions: Caladium ‘Peppermint’

With its interesting foliage, this variety will provide a colorful presence at retail.

Pest Monitoring and Maximizing Use of Beneficial Insects

Regular monitoring and scouting early in the crop cycle is necessary to identify pest issues.

This Month in Diseases: Dahlia

In this issue, we present a summary of diseases that occur in dahlias. Remember: Product controls are based on research trials and do not reflect an endorsement of any sort.

This Month in Diseases: Snapdragon

In this issue, we present a summary of diseases that occur in snapdragons. Remember: Product controls are based on research trials and do not reflect an endorsement of any sort.To learn more about dis... more

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