Greenhouse sanitation basics and coronavirus response can help keep your plants and people safe and healthy.
This is the second article in a two-part series highlighting the potential occurrence of wood substrate-induced phytotoxicity as well as methods for mitigating those risks.
Houseplant hunters prize rare finds. Here’s how you can help grow this profitable trend.
Growers who produce a commercial greenhouse crop via tissue culture propagation must consider these four factors to ensure a smooth transition for young plants into the greenhouse.
University researchers discuss how integrating biopesticides into rotation programs and pesticide mixtures can help in resistance management.
Like it or not, marketing fees on national plant brands are here to stay. What does that mean for your business?
Firing someone is never easy, but leaders must stand firm and evaluate the bigger picture.
Experts weigh in on how employers should navigate the current ‘new normal’ and future crises, alike.
A human resource guide to normalization of business operations.
Tap into your empathetic side and embrace honesty and optimism when leading your employees through uncertain times.
Greenhouse growers plan to flip the switch on new and improved supplemental lighting technologies in the next three years.
Choosing the correct lighting setup is among the most important decisions a commercial greenhouse grower will make.
Estimating lighting costs, and knowing how much light to use, are key to turning a profit when using supplemental lighting.
Testing different lighting setups in your greenhouse has its advantages, but there are also some factors to be aware of in order to ensure accurate data collection and observations.
At Millcreek Gardens, George Pealer, along with his late wife Lynda, spent a career growing top-quality plants and trying to empower those around them to reach their potential.
With the help of Proven Winners’ annuals, Creekside Nursery offers top-notch annuals to its customers.
One of America’s most recognizable plant brands has embraced robotics via a still evolving relationship with TTA USA.
Cuthbert’s Greenhouse switched up its plant starts supplier in 2020, and the results speak for themselves.
One of Canada’s largest propagation outfits has a long history of data-driven growing with Argus controllers.
Including Segway O fungicide as part of a disease management program helps keep Phytophthora and Pythium at bay.
One independent garden center is driving return customers with Walter’s Gardens easy-to-manage bare root hardy hibiscus offerings.
The right brand of supplemental HPS lighting can be beneficial for profits.
Quick Plug supports controlled environment Ag growers with options that meet system requirements.
One of the nation’s largest, most diversified indoor growing operations is enjoying a fruitful relationship with Fluence by OSRAM.
OHP is banging the drum for active ingredients that target all life cycle stages of one of horticulture’s most annoying pests: spider mites.
Educate yourself on the benefits mycorrhizal fungi can provide to your plant production.
Catoctin Mountain Growers leverages Fine Americas’ plant growth regulator technology to deliver top-quality annuals, perennials, mums and poinsettias.
Atlas Greenhouse helps Emerald Coast Growers design and execute new growing facilities for healthier perennials.