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Harvest Automation Makes Strong Commitment To Greenhouse Production Market

The company recently announced it is selling off its robotic warehouse automation business to focus more on providing robotic materials handling to the greenhouse, vegetable, and fruit markets.

Migrant Farm Workers Moving Around Less Than In The Past, According To New Study

The number of farm workers who migrate and work on multiple farms during the growing season dropped from 55% in 1998 to 20% in 2009.

Hot Pink Wave-Rave Van Making Its Way To The Big Apple To Promote Wave Petunias And Pansies

Imagine driving down the road, minding your own business, when you’re passed by two smiling, waving, happy women driving a hot-pink van that’s adorned with petunia and pansy flowers. That’s not something you see every day, but motorists in the Midwest and Northeast may catch a glimpse of the Wave-Rave van this week as Ball Horticultural Co.’s Claire Watson, Product Marketing Manager, and Katie Rotella, Marketing Communications Manager, make their way to a media tour and plant giveaway in New York City. Watson and Rotella visited Cleveland’s WOIO Channel 19 news on Tuesday morning to tell consumers about Wave Petunias and Wave Pansies, and remind them to visit their local garden centers to purchase gifts for Mother’s Day this weekend. Check out this clip on Periscope. After the morning news, the ladies stopped by to visit the Greenhouse Grower staff at Meister Media Worldwide in Willoughby, OH. Next stop: Chelsea Garden Center in Brooklyn, NY, where […]

5 Things Gardens Bloggers And Writers Learned At California Spring Trials

For the second year in a row, the National Garden Bureau hosted five popular garden bloggers and writers on a trip to California Spring Trials. Here’s what each of them had to say about their experience.


Vapor barrier on block saves large amounts of water, fertilizer

Installing a simple plastic cap as a vapor barrier on your growing medium might be the most simple solution to save money on expensive fertilizers, improve crop yields, and decrease the water footprint. This is what Steven Gallo of CubeCap Canada thought too. For several years now he has run trials.....

CA (ON): Agricultural wage raise pushes growers to invest in hi-tech

The Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA) is concerned with the Ontario government's decision to raise the minimum wage from $10.25 to $11.00 per hour. Although this increase can look like a positive change, it makes it very difficult for some Ontario farms to earn it back. The marketplace only supports.....

France: New 18,000 m2 tomato greenhouse

Roland Guéval is building his 3rd greenhouse in Lambé (near Brest), this one will cover 18,000 m2 (the first greenhouse measured 10,000 m2 and the second 15,000 m2). The vegetable producer, who specialises in tomatoes, hopes to create employment opportunities and increase his production.Mr Guéval grows.....

Hazera creates hybrid round radish

Hazera has been breeding round radish actively for several decades, focusing on innovation and a well chosen range of key traits. Below is a short look at the latest innovations in this crop, that is becoming increasingly popular among consumers.Round radish growing ranges from indoor with high density.....

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