Finding qualified, reliable staff has become even more of a challenge for greenhouse growers, who also faced a cold start to spring and trucking roadblocks this year.
AmericanHort’s senior vice president says green industry businesses need to be aware of three key factors when guarding against potential labor-related legal issues.
Middle and high school horticulture educators instill skills and a sense of responsibility in their students.
When looking back at the past year and looking towards the future, it’s important to understand exactly where your business stands financially.
After a rocky start to the 2018 spring season, independent garden centers have shown promising signs of growth.
Closures and acquisitions in 2018 have changed the face of the nursery market.
This year’s event featured recognition of the next generation, insightful tours at leading local growers and an inside look at how Amazon has embraced horticulture.
Growers work with SePRO to battle whiteflies and keep these crops compact.
Blue light offers growers benefits in manipulating plant growth, improving development and more.
The University of Maine assistant professor discusses how lighting can impact propagation, how HPS vs. LEDs compare in the propagation environment and more.
Drawing on their diverse backgrounds, Leora Radetsky and Dr. Jaimin Patel are teaming up for innovative, plant-focused lighting research.