February 2010
The National Poinsettia Trials are a collaboration of the research and trialing efforts at three universities (University of Florida, North Carolina State University and Purdue University), one commercial site (Homewood...
Vegetable and herb category sales are increasing across North America, and it would be easy to sit back and simply tabulate the immediate sales. Do not stop there! The greatest opportunity in 2010 for growers and retailers...
Suntory has earned a reputation of providing some of the most innovative genetics to our marketplace. The Senetti series of pericallis hybrids comes from their Japan breeding stations. These dynamite plants come from...
Even though it is only February and there is still plenty of winter left to “experience,” spring is right around the corner. You have probably spent the last few months totally immersed in planning for this spring, so I have...
The floriculture program at Michigan State University has a rich history of applied research, partnerships with industry leaders, dissemination of unbiased information, and industry, undergraduate and graduate education....
With their flamboyant and sweetly scented blooms, Oriental lilies definitely draw consumers’ attention in garden centers. In the past, Orientals were primarily grown and marketed as potted plants that were sold around major...
Compared with ornamentals, controlling plant height of vegetables can be difficult. That challenge has been reduced with the labeling of Sumagic (Valent Professional Products) on tomato, pepper, eggplant, groundcherry,...
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