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Safe Edible Production

What does “safe” edible production mean, anyway? I think we all want to believe that we are producing edibles safe to eat. I think that if you would ask a consumer, they would say “safe”... more »

Controlled Environment Agriculture: Creating the Ideal Environment

Controlled environment agriculture (CEA) is the biggest advance 21st century growers have. As opposed to their predecessors, today’s growers can create the perfect environment in just about any region. The strawberries they’ve always wanted to... more »

Hydroponic Vegetable and Herb Production

Joining me this month is Chris Currey, assistant professor at Iowa State University. Chris and I met in 2010 when he was a HortScholar during the then OFA Short Course. Two years later we both... more »

Cultivate’17 Sessions to Focus on Greenhouse Edibles

This year AmericanHort’s Cultivate’17 aims to answer greenhouse growers’ questions on growing greenhouse edibles with several different focused educational sessions.  Cultivate'17 will take place July 15-18, in Columbus Ohio. Here’s what is on the menu... more »

Herbal Infusion: Taking the Country by Storm

Before we get started, let me be clear that this isn’t going to be yet another article about how millennials are driving our growing and gardening trends. Well, not exclusively anyway. I want to talk... more »

BrightFarms to Build Ohio Greenhouse

BrightFarms plans to build a 160,000 square-foot greenhouse in Wilmington, Ohio, creating 30 permanent green collar jobs. Slated for completion in late 2017, it will provide 1,000,000 lbs. of fresh salad greens, herbs and tomatoes per... more »

If Vegetables Could Talk

"Eat your veggies. They’re good for you.” Who knew that besides building strong bodies, a head of broccoli could build a community. Or that the humble parsnip could ignite a passion. Or that purpose could... more »

Using Vertical Farming to Supply Locally Grown Produce

As a youth, Dan Albert, owner of Farmbox Greens in Seattle, Washington, worked on a farm in upstate New York. But his past growing experience is a far cry from his current vertical farm operation... more »

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