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The 10 Most Common Misconceptions About Greenhouse Cannabis Production

In an emerging market such as cannabis, there can be a lot of bad information out there. One greenhouse supplier points out some common myths.

Pennsylvania Greenhouse Grower Applying For Cannabis License

Allen Wagner of Wagner’s Greenhouse in Grandview, PA, hopes to become one of 25 applicants — among as many as 150 — chosen for a grower-processor license.

Which Annuals And Perennials Are Good For Pollinators?

If you are a grower looking for information on producing plants that are safe for pollinators, or which plant types can be marketed as good food sources for bees, the new publication “Protecting and Enhancing Pollinators in Urban Landscapes” provides a good resource.


Colombia is just a step away from exporting organic cherry tomatoes

As part of the process to boost its production and exports, Colombia is working on the introduction of unconventional products for the domestic market, but in high demand in the international markets. Cherry tomatoes are an example of such initiatives. Alejandro Moreno, representative of Exportadora JJLE, is.....

Turkish horticulture picking up again, new generation open to investments

Now that the political issues between Turkey and Russia seem to be partly resolved, Turkish agriculture is said to show an upward trend again. Exports of Turkish produce to Russia are slowly picking up and growers in the concentrated greenhouse areas of Antalya, Adana and Mersin are seeing better times.....

Looking for insight on local temperature variations?

For decades a lot of growers have been working with a so-called plant temperature sensor. This sensor provides an indication on the average plant temperature of an area up to 10 m2. Via these measurements the plants are able to ‘talk’ to the grower and let him know how they are doing. The plant temperature.....

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