Tuesday, March 03, 2015

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What a breeze

By Chris Mosby

Buying and maintaining a fan makes most growers sweat. We’ve got tips to help you keep your cool and get the most out of your equipment. More

A flair for flowers

By Leslie Finical Halleck

Growers have new opportunities to market nontraditional crops to their local community of floral designers who are looking for unique, seasonal and quality plants for their creations. More

Maintaining the medium

By GM Staff

Greenhouse Management recently spoke with Ann R. Chase, a well-known plant pathologist and expert on diseases of ornamental plants throughout the United States. We discussed growing media and how best to prevent soilborne disease. More

Weeding out the weevil

By Raymond Cloyd

Controlling an active black vine weevil population can be challenging. Here are some tips to help you develop a game plan. More

Groovy: It’s all about mood and style

By Leslie Finical Halleck

The style of the 70s is making a comeback and indoor potted plant growers are reaping the benefits. More

Product Spotlight

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Latest News

AmericanHort accepting applications for HortScholars

The application deadline is March 20. More

GGS Structures President Leigh Coulter wins award for international trade

Coulter was presented with the award from the Niagara Entrepreneur of the Year Awards group. More

Baton Rouge greenhouse grower and florist, Fred Heroman, Jr., dies

Heroman, 95, had been in the industry for more than 40 years. More

Energy audits can cut costs

Consider an energy audit to evaluate potential energy savings. More

USDA announces funding for renewable energy projects

Grants or loans are available for wind, solar, biomass, geothermal, and other types of renewable energy projects. More

Fallen tree damages greenhouse in Manchester, N.C.

The situation could get worse as Arctic temps approach. More

Unlikely hybrid "Love Child" fern discovered in France

Two ferns that produced "Love Child" have not interbred for 60 million years. More

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Procuring more plants

Bailey Nurseries discusses the advantages of acquiring Plant Introductions Inc. from Michael Dirr and his team. More

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