This is a continuation of last month’s article on new and current annuals that were top performers in multiple trials throughout the country last summer.
Many of the crops we grow in greenhouses are for their flowers. In fact, most floriculture crops are not marketable to consumers unless they are in flower, or very close to it. If flowers do not devel... more
This ornamental grass boasts green to fiery-red, intensifying color all year long.
How can you and your business move forward with native
Over the past year, the organic growing community has been presented with something of a conflict of identity. A longstanding debate about whether hydroponic and aeroponic growers should be able to at... more
While ginger may be best known for its consumable properties, there are many attractive ornamental varieties that should be on your radar.
My wife works for a medical association that deals with anesthesiology and I work in the horticulture industry. So, it is a rare occasion when our industries actually converge.
But that’s what ha... more
Safety is a two-part program. First you must provide a safe environment for the people, and second you must provide safe conditions for the crop.
Safety for people is everyone’s job … plain and... more
Here are a few begonia introductions from 2017 that you should be looking at right now.
Organics have gone from a lifestyle choice for select demographics to a full-blown mainstream product category for a majority of consumers. Why and how should you take advantage of this growing opportunity?
These few considerations can make a significant impact on the quality and efficiency of your hydroponic production.
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