Monday, April 27, 2015

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Save the roses

By Kelli Rodda

Millions in federal funds help a team of university, industry researchers fight rose rosette disease. More

Benchmarking your Business: Take aim

By Alan Hodges, Hayk Khachatryan, Charles Hall And Marco Palma

Benchmark the health of your business against this national data fresh from the Green Industry Research Consortium. More

A new beginning for Vitex

By Michael A. Dirr

Watch for cultivars with smaller stature, increased hardiness and rich color. More

Oregon bans neonic use on linden trees

By Matt McClellan

The Oregon Department of Agriculture has prohibited the application of neonicotinoid insecticides on the Tilia genus of trees. More

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Latest News

Horticulture education program set for April 29 in Texas

The program will discuss low-water horticultural practices in the Panhandle. More

Nine states running out of water

By Yahoo! News

According to the U.S. Drought Monitor, nine states have at least 20 percent of their land affected by severe to exceptional drought. More

Congress pushes back on EPA's 'Waters' rule

New legislation would require EPA to withdraw its proposed rule redefining bodies of water that are subject to regulation. More

Project EverGreen's program enters ninth year

The anniversary kicks off with the first-ever National GreenCare for Troops Awareness Week. More

CENTS 2016 dates updated

The convention will now take place Monday through Wednesday, with workshops on Sunday. More

Immigration and the green industry

By Kate Spirgen

H-2B program is extended, plus predictions for immigration reform. More

Broad mites now active in greenhouse floriculture crops

Growers need to recognize symptoms and understand the most effective miticides to control this pest. More

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Plant something for Arbor Day

The Arizona Nursery Association encourages growers to share this video with their customers to remind them that Arbor Day is April 24. More

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