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Registration Now Open for Farwest Show 2017

Early-bird discounts are available for both attendees and exhibitors for this year’s show, which has been scheduled to allow attendees more time to visit local nurseries, growers, and retailers.

Greenhouse Growing Tips for Asclepias tuberosa

Madeline Maynor, Growing Operations Manager for Landenberg, PA-based North Creek Nurseries, shares greenhouse growing tips for Asclepias tuberosa, the 2017 Perennial Plant of the Year.

Growers Developing Strategies for Better Plant Growth Regulator Use in Greenhouses

Whether it’s through new liner programs or more consistent grouping of plants, growers continue to find ways to effectively manage their plant growth regulator programs.

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US (CO): Marijuana boom causes labour shortages, industry pushing for automation

Why work in a stressful kitchen when you can make double the hourly wage in a greenhouse? This is one of the problems quoted by Denver restaurant owners who are experiencing difficulties sourcing local workers. Due to the legalization of marijuana in Colorado, the state is facing an historically low.....

High-tech vegetable cultivation

With just one tap on their smartphones, NatureFresh Farms Growers can manipulate the growing environment of their vegetables. Combining Priva's greenhouse management system & Microsoft's core operating technology, growers can be virtually anywhere in the world to manage their crop's plant health. Check.....

US(TX): Tomato production in AgriLife Research high tunnels underway

Winds whipped around at almost 25 mph, but the Texas A&M AgriLife Research plant pathology crew didn’t have to battle the blowing dirt as they sunk one tomato seedling after another into the soil inside one of four high tunnels.With planting taking place a full two months earlier than last year’s.....

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