From poinsettias to labor, we covered a number of important industry topics in 2016. Check out all of these below.
January: Plant Power Couples
Get to know three husband-and-wife greenhouse teams who have found success through the lessons they’ve learned — together.
Greenhouse and nursery growers united in Cleveland, Ohio to candidly address some of the industry’s most pressing issues.
March: The Great Indoors
A focus on indoor and miniature varieties may be just the gateway new gardeners need to begin appreciating and caring for plants.
Students, professors and hiring managers reveal their outlook on labor in our Future of the Industry research.
Use video marketing to amp up your operation’s sales and reputation.
June: Beyond the paycheck
Your employees’ happiness and dedication to your company depends on more than wages.
July: Can I patent that?
Learn how to protect your breeding efforts.
August: Poinsettia Pointers
Spot the signs and quickly recover from powdery mildew on this popular holiday crop.
Consider these varieties for your holiday crop line-up.
Get to know these pesky root, leaf and bract poinsettia pests and how to keep them at bay.
September: Elevated profits
Emerging green roof trends inspired Ed Snodgrass to focus his business on a niche market.
Hone your business with the latest insights, analysis and research of greenhouse growing.
November: Now trending: Perennials
This event held in the Twin Cities united growers, breeders and other members of the green industry who are passionate about perennials.
Walters Gardens, North Creek Nurseries and Colorado State University select the varieties they believe will be superior in 2017.
Consider factors like air space, porosity and water-holding capacity when deciding on a growing media for your perennials.
December: What’s your availability?
Spark new interest and boost sales by revamping your plant line-up.