November 2019

A Clean Approach

Take steps toward a greener greenhouse.

A Solution for the Future

Change is not easy, especially in the greenhouse industry. But taking a look at the materials used to grow your plants is the perfect starting point.

Chat Room — November 2019

This month, we asked readers about their take on mixed combos, first-year flowering perennials and recycling. Click on the PDF below to learn what they had to say.... more

Creating Better Combos

Bring imagination to reality with beautiful, top-performing combinations.

Culture Report: Osteospermum Bright Lights Series

This new collection pursues the cutting edge of osteospermum performance, with resilience and outstanding shelf life.

Is Your Grower Involved in Your New Greenhouse Build?

All too often, when you’re halfway through building a new greenhouse, change orders begin to come through. The owner wants to add booms, but it requires larger bottom chords on trusses or larger bar... more

Propagation Pointers

Propagating ornamental crops is one of the most challenging aspects of production, yet an increasing number of greenhouse growers are doing it themselves. The success of a finished crop is highly d... more

Providing Advantages and Flexibility in Perennial Production: No Cooling Needed

How can first-year flowering perennials benefit your business?

Salvias Galore

While these salvia varieties may differ in texture, size and color, they all share attributes in tremendous performance and beauty.

What Are the “New” Pesticides for Use in Greenhouse Production Systems?

Question: I am wondering if you could provide an update on the “new” pesticides (insecticides and miticides) that can be used against insect and mite pests of greenhouse-grown horticultural crops.... more

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