Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Top Stories

Bold moves

By Matt McClellan

Evergreen Nursery didn’t make it 150 years by standing idle. More

Profitable partnerships

By Maria Zampini

Van Essen recognizes that collaborations through creative marketing bolster sales for the entire industry. More

Go with the flow

By Gerson Cortes

Lean Flow allows growers to maximize efficiencies and eliminate waste. More

From passé to nouveau

By Rita Randolph

Learn how to reinvent crops through better marketing and displays for increased profits. More

Warning: Future contained within

By Chris Mosby

One horticulture supply company is using technology to push the boundaries of what’s possible for containers. More

Product Spotlight

Sprint 138

Sprint 138 is for correction of iron deficiencies in slightly acid to slightly alkaline soils. More

Latest News

Sphagnum Peat Moss harvest lower than expected

A survey of the Canadian Sphagnum Peat Moss Association revealed that most members reported a smaller harvest in 2014. More

Tire companies producing plant-based tires

Bridgestone and Cooper announced plans to produce alternative tires within the next few decades. More

Riverbend Nursery acquired by equity firm

Post-acquisition, Riverbend will expand its plant segment and green roof business. More

British farmer plants 3,000 trees for hens

The trees provide a more natural environment for the hens, and egg yields have increased. More

Felling Trailers auction to benefit cancer research

The company is auctioning off one of its most popular models, and 100 percent of the proceeds will be donated to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network. More

Applications open for EAGL 2015

Only 14 seats are available for the program, which is designed for business leaders in nursery and greenhouse production. More

The Western to celebrate 125 years

The milestone event will take place Jan. 4-5 in Kansas City, Mo. More

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Old favorites make a comeback

Terra Nova Nurseries has reintroduced popular varieties from the past that will be available for growers in 2014 and 2015. More

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