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October 07, 2005
Today, more than 70 percent of children with cancer will survive; however, cancer still remains the number-one cause of non-accidental death in children. Hines Horticulture, Inc. is joining forces with the Curing Children’s Cancer Fund to help...
October 07, 2005
Despite the recent hurricanes, congestion levels are low and cargo is flowing smoothly at the nation’s major retail container ports as merchants move into the peak shipping cycle for the annual holiday sales season, according to the October Port...
October 07, 2005
The trustees of the Joseph Shinoda Memorial Scholarship Foundation have approved an increase in the Shinoda scholarship awards, in part to help defray the increased costs of attending schools. The foundation awards these scholarships to students...
October 07, 2005
Even though Pack Trials is still about seven months away, there are many changes taking place in 2006 that growers will need to prepare for. Some breeder/marketer companies are moving locations, while others are adding another year. Make sure you...
September 30, 2005
A-ROO/Plastic Suppliers Agreement A-ROO Company, headquartered in Strongsville, Ohio, announced a co-brand licensing agreement with Plastic Suppliers, Inc., of Columbus, Ohio, whereby A-ROO can use Plastic Supplier's exclusive Trademark,...
September 30, 2005
A weekend fund-raiser, organized by the Oregon Association of Nurseries (OAN), brought nine Oregon independent garden centers together to net more than $20,000 for Hurricane Katrina relief efforts. Twenty percent of all sales (as well as 100 percent...
September 30, 2005
Kerry's Bromeliad Nursery Inc., Homestead, Fla., finalized an agreement on September 29 to purchase Twyford International's tissue culture and greenhouse operations in Apopka, Fla., and Heredia, Costa Rica. Kerry's Bromeliad Nursery is the largest...
September 30, 2005
After Katrina, fears arose that the next hurricane would cause gasoline prices to rise again. Fortunately, Rita wasn't as tough as Katrinia and veered away from the Houston area's “Refinery Row,” which produces 23 percent of the nation's gasoline,...
September 30, 2005
Nationalgeographic.com recently reported a new genetically modified plant — a type of small mustard plant (Arabidopsis thaliana) — was able to attract predatory bugs after researchers inserted a gene from a strawberry plant into its DNA....
September 30, 2005
The Professional Landcare Network's (PLANET) director of government affairs, Tom Delaney, and PLANET legislative consultant, Laurie Flanagan with DC Legislative & Regulatory Services, Inc., attended a senior level White House briefing on...
September 30, 2005
The American Nursery & Landscape Association's (ANLA) senior director of government relations, Craig Regelbrugge, was a featured guest on a Colorado Public Radio program exploring immigration and the H-2B guest worker program. In the 20-minute...
September 23, 2005
A-ROO Partnership A-ROO Company, headquartered in Strongsville, Ohio, recently announced a new distribution partner, Velto LTDA of Bogotá, Colombia. A-ROO Company’s range of standard decorative packaging products will be available exclusively...
September 23, 2005
MilStop Broad Spectrum Foliar Fungicide, BioWorks, Inc, received approval for expanded crops and usage. The following changes were approved: Low rate reduced — greenhouse use: 1.25 lbs. per acre; field use: 2 lbs. per acre. User friendly rates —...
September 23, 2005
Brand Flowers Inc, a California grower and shipper of fresh cut flowers and bouquets, will be participating in a program to raise money for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. All monies raised will be donated to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer...
September 23, 2005
Total holiday retail sales are expected to increase 5.0 percent over last year, bringing holiday spending to $435.3 billion, according to the National Retail Federation (NRF). In comparison, NRF documented the rise in 2004 holiday sales at 6.7...
September 23, 2005
Dr. Marvin Miller, Ball Horticultural Company, will receive the 2005 Distinguished Horticulture Alumni Award from the Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture at Purdue University. The award, which will be presented during Purdue’s...
September 23, 2005
In anticipation of damage from Hurricane Rita, a number of oil companies in Texas and Louisiana closed oil refineries along the Gulf of Mexico. As of last week, oil companies, including BP PLC, Valero Energy Corp., Shell Oil, Marathon Oil Corp. and...
September 16, 2005
The Mid-American Horticultural Trade Show (Mid-Am) was named one of the fastest growing shows in 2005 by Tradeshow Week , which lists 50 of the fastest growing shows in the United States and Canada. The Mid-Am Trade Show will be honored at the...
September 16, 2005
Winners in nine population categories were announced at the Fourth Annual America in Bloom (AIB) Symposium and Awards Program on Saturday, September 10, at the Marriott Key Center, Cleveland, Ohio. The event was hosted by the 18 northeast Ohio...
September 16, 2005
The National Retail Federation (NRF) is encouraging businesses to endorse “ICE,” which stands for In Case of Emergency, a new awareness campaign that will allow ambulance crews, police officers and rescue personnel to quickly contact family or...
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