May 10, 2012
Wouldn’t you like to have a crystal ball that you could peer into to see what the future might look like? Wouldn’t it be nice to know which direction the horticulture industry is headed?Your job would be so much easier if...
May 10, 2012
To learn more about diseases affecting asters, please click on the PDF link below.
May 10, 2012
If you want to see what lies ahead for the horticulture industry, then this is a good place to start — GPN’s inaugural 40 Under 40! These 25 men and 15 women are some of the brightest minds in horticulture and they are...
May 10, 2012
The greenhouse environment, including light and temperature, has a large impact on our ability to grow and schedule high-quality greenhouse crops. Additionally, energy costs are second only to labor for many in today’s...
May 10, 2012
Delosperma, commonly referred to as ice plant, is an underutilized plant that has great potential in perennial programs. Ice plant forms low-growing mats of succulent foliage with daisy-like flowers and grows well throughout...
May 10, 2012
Choosing varieties to add to your production always involves some risk. What maintenance will the plant require? How will it stand up to inclement weather? What will it look like as it matures? Will it appeal to the consumer...
May 10, 2012
Can you remember what echinacea looked like 10 years ago? Lanky, pale, floppy plants? These were the norm. The older coneflowers in the trade had few blooms and two colors; faded pink and white. Thanks to the work of Jim...
May 10, 2012
Temperature and light conditions in a greenhouse vary significantly throughout the year, especially in northern, temperate climates. During the winter, our environmental concerns for greenhouse production typically focus on...