The burgeoning Hispanic demographic wields an enormous amount of spending power.
In the second part of our 2018 California Spring Trials coverage, we bring you even more sights, scents, tastes and more.
Powdery mildew diseases are common on perennials.
The responses of predatory mites to miticides can be influenced by a number of factors.
After six years, these pest control methods have benefitted the Central New York grower.
Watch out for these unseen enemies.
Move away from the myth of ‘We need a new idea!’
Horticulture professionals explain how maintaining proper sanitation and relying on trusted chemistries can help growers stay on top of their chrysanthemum crops.
In 2018, growers are increasing production space and looking to build their businesses up with new structures.
Construction consultant Pete Fowler offers his insight into how greenhouse businesses can protect themselves when embarking on new building projects.
For growers, fans can be a vital part of the business, and with regulations pending, it’s impossible to know exactly how energy-conscious businesses need to be.
NGMA provides its members with advertising help, legislative awareness and more.
Growers and researchers explore how to add value to horticultural crops with the incorporation of new and improved lighting, especially LEDs, into plant production.
The latest stats and figures from the 2018 State of Lighting Report show that LED use is on the rise.
Van Belle Nursery’s Pablo Costa shares how LED lighting gives the operation’s hydrangeas some much-needed light and light intensity in early spring.
Light meters can help growers better understand what the plants in their greenhouses need.
A unique development from Syngenta offers long-lasting control against chewing insect pests of trees and shrubs.
Applying fungicides with different modes of action can help prevent disease and resistance.
A versatile solution for protecting crops from a broad spectrum of diseases at low-use rates.
Barbara Jeffery-Gibson’s quiet confidence, drive and resilience has earned her the respect of colleagues and family over the past 25 years.
Peter Orum built Midwest Groundcovers into an enterprise through hard work, a collaborative spirit and a dedication to long-term planning.
Jim Monroe’s journey through horticulture started with Japanese maples and a fascination with plants.
With a calendar full of tree planting events and meetings with landscape architects, Nancy Buley helps proliferate the value message of trees.
Amy Morris’ dedication, drive and keen management skills have propelled her to a successful career in horticulture.
John Hoffman’s sincere love of people and plants is reflected in the exemplary business that he and his team have built.