February 2012
February 09, 2012
Do you have your finger on the pulse of today’s gardening consumer? As the economy continues its s-l-o-w and methodical recovery, and as the gardening demographic continues to evolve and consumer tastes and buying habits...
February 09, 2012
In this issue, we present a summary of diseases that occur in snapdragons. Remember: Product controls are based on research trials and do not reflect an endorsement of any sort. To learn more about diseases affecting...
February 09, 2012
Welcome to the “North American Poinsettia Trials” — we have changed the name of the National Poinsettia trial program this year to highlight that the University of Guelph, Vineland Station, Ontario, is now part of the...
February 09, 2012
Blueberries are a great candidate for container production. They fit into the ornamental edibles market niche and combine consumer interest in edible gardening, sustainability and low-care perennials. Blueberry cultivars...
February 09, 2012
Many growers no longer rely exclusively on conventional pesticides to control pests. Most have increased their use of mechanical and biological control methods.While pesticide resistance issues have driven much of this...
February 09, 2012
I was recently asked to give a presentation as part of the Jack Williams Honorarium to the Pi Alpha Xi group at Ohio State University.When they asked what I would like to speak about, it struck me that our industry is at a...
February 09, 2012
Caladiums make a great addition to any perennial program. With their interesting and colorful foliage, caladiums provide instant color to retail displays and fit perfectly with the ‘color sells’ philosophy in today’s...
February 09, 2012
With Sun Harmony, Danziger delivers what few can: impatiens that perform and excel in the brightest sunshine. Plants are covered in flowers even at the height of summer. Variety Information The Sun Harmony series features...
February 09, 2012
As energy prices continue to remain high, growers are keen on energy conservation strategies, especially when their operations are located in colder climates. Ultimately, growers are interested in reducing the amount of...
Email Subscriptions