May 2022

Connecting Growers to Non-Traditional Market Segments 

The past two years have brought on many extraordinary changes to our world. From working from home to Zoom calls galore, we can all agree that some of these changes are going to be around well into th... more

Culture Report — Intrinsa Garden Mums 

Product innovations designed to add value are evident in these disease-resistant garden mums. 

Dr. Bugs — Insect and Mite Pests Feeding Behaviors and Plant Damage

Question: What are the feeding behaviors of insect and mite pests, and how is feeding behavior associated with plant damage?

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 CA... more

Management — Growing Labor Pains, Part 3

Our final segment in this series on greenhouse labor management gathers input from a grower who operates as close to an autonomous greenhouse as one can get.

New Greenhouse-Grown Cut Crops Expand Options for Growers 

Breeding companies continue to fill the pipeline with new cut flower varieties to meet surging consumer interest. What will you be growing in the coming season?

Technically Speaking: The Shade-Avoidance Response

 Most plants can tolerate a wide range of light environments. They use different receptors, called photoreceptors, to perceive the different dimensions of light: intensity (or quantity), quality (or ... more

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