August 2010
Now that spring 2010 is in the books, we wanted to find out how growers have fared this year. We surveyed more than 200 GPN subscribers to get an idea of how their spring season went. After a tough 2009, we wanted to know...
OFA brought back its pre-show reception this year, an opportunity for Short Course attendees to meet and greet over drinks and hors-d’oeuvres. That way, when they took to the show floor, they could hit the ground running....
Did you know that one of the most perennially popular garden plants is also our national flower? The rose was designated the official flower and floral emblem of the United States of America in 1986. The popularity of roses...
Business was brisk, the aisles were full and the mood was upbeat last month at OFA Short Course in Columbus, Ohio. According to OFA, more than 9,000 people attended this year’s trade show and educational sessions, where the...
Angelonia is a genus of almost 30 species native to Central and South America. Our current commercial varieties have been developed primarily from hybrids of two species, Angelonia angustifolia and Angelonia integerrima....
Fungi grow everywhere. They can grow on your feet; bacteria also can grow in the back of your throat. They can grow on the lawn and garden, too. Though people and plants do not share the same pathogens, both attract...
Gibberellins are plant hormones that are commonly used to increase plant height, overcome a plant growth regulator overdose and, for GA4+7, inhibit lower-leaf yellowing. There are several GA products available for commercial...
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