New Postharvest Cut Flower Book Published

The Association of Specialty Cut Flowers has published a new book on postharvest handling of cut flowers for growers, retailers and wholesalers. The book, "Postharvest Handling of Cut Flowers and Greens," addresses processes involved in... more »

Philips Lighting Adds Key Account Manager

Philips Lighting has hired Ray Houweling as a key account manager for Canada for the horticulture LED lighting segment. Houweling has held a number of positions in the horticulture industry including most recently with Agrozone... more »

Understanding How PGRs Work

Plant growth regulators are chemical compounds that regulate various growth and developmental processes in plants, such as seed germination, rooting, branching, flowering, fruit development, dormancy and plant growth habit. As the name implies, plant growth... more »

What is the Cost of Your Water?

We tend to think of irrigation water as a cheap resource. However, both the water you use and wastewater that runs off to the environment might be more valuable than you think. Irrigation water cost... more »

Growing Hydroponic Leafy Greens

Leafy greens such as lettuce, arugula, kale, mustard and spinach are among the most popular locally grown vegetables. They can be produced locally year-round in controlled environment greenhouses in hydroponics. This article will cover some... more »

HIP Labels Adds to Sales Staff

HIP Labels, LLC, has added Tyler Brown to its staff as sales associate. Brown will work on behalf of HIP to develop new accounts and to enhance sales services for existing clients. ... more »

UF Announces 2017 Online Course Schedule

Do you have employees who are irrigating and fertilizing greenhouse crops, but have not had formal training in horticulture? The University of Florida IFAS Extension can help them make better crop management decisions. For the... more »

LumiGrow Shares LED Research

LumiGrow, a horticultural lighting company, recently hosted an exclusive Growers’ Council at Harrow Research and Development Centre in Ontario, Canada, to discuss results from the industry’s newest spectral science research findings. Industry-leaders representing a broad... more »

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