July 10, 2013
Last month, we focused on the overall trends we picked up in California during Spring Trials. In this issue, we’ll share with you some of the new varieties that were unveiled at the multiple breeder stops. With so many new...
July 10, 2013
Individuals from the horticulture, entomology and plant pathology departments contribute to the floriculture working group at Kansas State University. The horticulture department hosts several faculty who are involved in...
July 10, 2013
In recent years, advances in pansy breeding have brought to market a new class of pansies with trailing growth habits. These pansies have great sell-through at retail in spring and fall because of their unique spilling habit...
July 10, 2013
It seems like the explosion of new diseases has accelerated in the past 10 years or so. Marge thinks we are being tested. Having mastered the ABCs of plant disease, we are now into the exam period, to see if we can still...
July 10, 2013
Many poinsettia growers in the United States and around the world experienced trouble controlling whitefly during the 2012 growing season. It was worse in some places compared to others. The source of the plant material and...
July 10, 2013
Linder’s Greenhouse and Garden Center in St. Paul, Minn., consistently strives to ensure the success of its customers. The fourth-generation company operates a year-round greenhouse and garden center in St. Paul along with...
July 10, 2013
By definition, the word “phenomenal” refers to something that is very remarkable or extraordinary. In the past, there have been instances where the cultivar names of certain plants fell short or have not always been...
July 10, 2013
Potted garden (hardy) chrysanthemum is one of the most valuable segments of floriculture crop production in the United States. Produced and sold mostly from summer through autumn, they can be challenging to grow because of...
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