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Los Angeles Agritecture Workshop at Perkins+Will Office

April 1, 2017 from 4pm to 7pm
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What Marketing Approach Can Attracts the Most Customers to Your Greenhouse?

Inc.com surveyed more than a thousand customers to find out which marketing strategies worked best to entice them to try out a new business

New Horticulturist At Hoffman Nursery Will Focus On Developing New And Better Products

Leanne Kenealy, who brings great experience in plant evaluation, says introducing consumers to new plants can hopefully generate renewed excitement for gardening.

New Greenhouse Structure Models Emphasize Crop Protection, Energy Efficiency

Manufacturers of new structure models say they are responding to grower concerns with designs that focus on ventilation, maximizing your space, and incorporating a wide range of crops. Here’s a look at some of their latest offerings.

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Water conservation adds extra value to end product

While greenhouses are a big step forward towards water conservation in agriculture, it is important to address that we can still do better. The week of World Water Day is always a good moment to raise more awareness about the scarcity of water and what the greenhouse industry can do to use it even more.....

Australia: Williamtown’s ‘Maria’s Farm Veggies’ for sale

Colliers International, on behalf of KordaMentha, has been instructed to offer 183 Cabbage Tree Road, Williamtown - Maria’s Farm Veggies – for sale via an International Expression of Interest campaign.The sale process is being negotiated by Jesse Manuel and Richard Royle from Colliers International’s Rural.....

Canada: Ontario boosts greenhouse industry innovation

Ontario is enhancing the competitiveness of the greenhouse sector by supporting the development of innovative new technologies, encouraging investments in greenhouse agriculture and boosting productivity.Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs Jeff Leal made the announcement at Link Greenhouses in.....

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Archi's Acres, a California Benefit Corporation, is a farming enterprise that utilizes hydro-organic technology to grow certified organic produce. Headquartered in Escondido, California, Archi's Acres grows basil, kale, and other herbs and produce. Our methods of crop production is not only highly efficient, it maximizes available natural resources, and focuses on local sales distribution channels. Please enjoy our organic produce in natural food retailers throughout Southern California and thank you for your support!

At Archi's, we believe a key aspect of successful business is how it meets its responsibility to the community in which it operates and the customers which make up its marketplace. We do this by integrating into our business model an opportunity to support others including our our military service members and veterans. Archi's Acres provides a one of a kind world-class agricultural entrepreneurial incubator program, the Archi's Institute For Sustainable Agriculture Training (SAT), in partnership with Cal Poly Pomona, with the intent to expose strong leaders to the entrepreneurial opportunities which exist in the agriculture industry today. SAT is open to everyone who is willing to take the challenge, providing training to those interested in learning more about the the production and business behind sustainable agriculture. Learn more about us by clicking here!

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Tell the National Organic Standards Board to to Support Sustainable & Organic Production Methods!

Posted by Colin Archipley on March 21, 2017 at 5:18am 0 Comments

NOSB Releases Discussion Document to Prohibit Most Forms on Container Growing

The US Department of Agriculture released the Discussion Document written by the Crops Subcommittee of the National Organic Standards Board that calls for declaring hydroponics, aquaponics and aeroponics as prohibited methods under Section 205.105 of the US Organic regulations. The proposed definition of hydroponics would include containers using substrates that do not decompose rapidly and…

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Got Your 6 - Storytellers Event

Posted by Colin Archipley on November 28, 2016 at 5:00am 0 Comments

Thanks to the team at Got Your 6 for giving us the opportunity to tell our story!

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