September 2000
If you listen to any talk show, call-in radio program or self-help guru, they’ll all tell you the same thing; nothing dooms a relationship to failure faster than dishonesty. So, since we’re starting a new relationship with...
Remember the days before e-mail, cellular phones and pagers? Seems like a lifetime ago that the only way to the outside world was to "let your fingers do the walking." Nowadays, we spend more time communicating with...
At the expense of research focused on maximizing other traits such as color, shape and long-lasting blooms after cutting, flowers have been left without much scent at all. Natalia Dudareva, assistant professor of plant...
On July 11, the full House of Representatives voted to approve an U.S. Department of Agriculture budget targeting $4.2 million for floriculture and nursery research. And although the Senate version of that appropriations...
Over the past four decades, the NGMA’s structural manufacturers have worked with growers from all over the world. And whether it’s at a greenhouse or a trade show, there are some common questions growers ask that fall into...
Suppliers have been slow to react to the most recent weights and measures regulation changes. But with Scotts’ plans for bag label adjustments this month, these four-year-old changes are starting to have real world meaning....