A commitment to constant learning, evolving, and keeping a family business feel has catapulted the brothers Van Wingerden to the top of the American horticulture industry. What does the next decade look like at this gigantic greenhouse operation?
A quick dispatch from one of the industry leaders in ornamental grasses production.
Edible peppers grown in the greenhouse will always have their place, but keep in mind that ornamental varieties can really set off a garden or arrangement when used correctly.
Heed these best practices to keep your perennial crops pest free and healthy.
Divergent climate control methods are being shared by Dutch horticulture industry experts and scientists from Wageningen University.
Six essential considerations and questions to ask utility providers during new greenhouse development and planning.
A greenhouse sales professional sheds some light on what’s trending with new builds in the green industry.
NGMA provides its members with advertising help, legislative awareness and more.
A well-planned agronomic program can protect these popular flowering ornamentals from pathogens and pests.
Combine insecticides and cultural solutions to help rid your operation of this damaging pest.
Keep your propagation material in top shape with a fungicide that prevents disease and provides plant health benefits.
Terri Bates combines instincts and confidence with generosity and grace to serve the industry she adores.
Lloyd Traven strives to empower the next generation and do business his way at Peace Tree Farm.
With his unquenchable optimism, Ferenc Kiss inspires enthusiasm throughout business and life.
Ryan “RJ” Hop has spent half a career refining processes and making market leader Walters Gardens into a refined, lean and mean greenhouse machine on Michigan’s Western Shore.
Matthew Piscitelli’s entrepreneurial spirt led him to Olson’s Greenhouses, where he revived a century-old family business to new levels.
Jake Pierson is steering Pierson Nurseries into the future.
LEDs help Texas grower improve yield and control crop morphology.
Recent research at Rutgers University found that the efficacy and spectral output of various light sources used for horticultural applications differs substantially.
Elizabeth Leider shares why and how they use supplemental lighting at the 14-acre operation.