March 2011
January 12, 2012
In this issue, we present a summary of diseases that occur in campanula. Remember: Product controls are based on research trials and do not reflect an endorsement of any sort. Please click on the PDF below to learn about...
January 12, 2012
LED technology has been around for a while now but has yet to make its way into the U.S. horticulture market. Here are some considerations for those contemplating a transition. “Live in rooms full of light.” — Cornelius...
January 12, 2012
Known for their distinctive dark eye, these new additions to the Superbells line will make a statement in any garden application. Calibrachoa is a group of plants that has really grown into an industry standard over the last...
January 12, 2012
Learn the benefits of transitioning to biological controls and which initial pitfalls to avoid Biological control of arthropod pests can be very effective and is used with great success by growers in the United States and...
January 12, 2012
More and more growers are adding calla lilies into their production plans as improved genetics and strong consumer interest have increased demand Zantedeschia ‘Night Cap’ is a recent introduction to the Callafornia Calla...
January 12, 2012
Whether on a sunny dining room table, hanging on a front door or potted up around the yard, succulents are the newfound fun plants for today’s consumers. No longer limited to the gardens of the Southwest, gardeners are...
The 2011 edition of California Spring Trials takes place at the end of this month. Floriculture’s Fashion Week is scheduled for March 26 through April 1 throughout the Golden State. California Spring Trials is always an...
January 12, 2012
Find out how consumers ranked the latest poinsettia cultivars The National Poinsettia Trials are primarily directed at generating production information on newer cultivars for growers and breeder companies. However, each of...
At the height of spring, time and available staff can be pretty difficult to come by at your local independent garden center. And if that garden center isn’t lucky enough to have a loading dock, a busy spring afternoon can...
The single largest advantage of using greenhouses to grow ornamental and food crops is the ability to provide desirable temperatures for plant growth and development. Providing a desired temperature is neither easy nor cheap...