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First-Ever Academy Of Crop Production Offers Snapshot Of The Greenhouse Industry’s Future

Hosted by the Georgia Green Industry Association and the University of Georgia Department of Horticulture, the three-day conference covered everything from unmanned aerial vehicles to remote-sensing greenhouse control systems.

SunPatiens Earns The 2016 Medal Of Excellence In Marketing Award

With its reputation for excellent garden performance from spring to frost, and as a problem-solver for Impatiens Downy Mildew, SunPatiens has become a “hero plant” that helps gardeners succeed.

Kelly Norris: Three Variety Trends That Caught My Eye This Spring

My reflections on promising new plants, the realities of market penetration, and adding value along the supply chain.


Gautier remains solely focused on tasty and colorful specialties

While most of the present day tomato growers are fixated on bigger, heavier tomato varieties these days, French seed breeder Gautier is still doing what it's best at: breeding smaller, more extraordinary and tastier varieties for the niche market.During the week of the open days at several leading.....

Disease free irrigation with copper water treatment

As strawberry cultivation is seeing a transition from the open field towards greenhouse production in trays and on benches, many growers are not only challenged by new cultivation methods, but also by new diseases. Phytopthora is one of them; it's known for being a major problem in strawberries and other .....

Sparrows ruin Dutch bell peppers

Shoot the sparrows in your greenhouse or watch them eat your pointed peppers. That is the choice Dutch grower Thimo van Marrewijk faces. Annually the birds destroy thousands of euros worth of produce. Legally he isn't allowed to catch the animals, but he can shoot them.The sweet pointed peppers of the Dutch.....


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