Sunday, October 26, 2014

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The Top 50

By NM Staff

Find out which nurseries rank among the biggest and best. More

Listen closely

By Kelli Rodda

Increased customer interaction and attentive listening put Cedar Valley Nurseries on a more streamlined track. More

A knack for natives

By Kelli Rodda

Harmony Hill Nursery commands tough selection standards for its native trees and shrubs. More

Complete control

By Matt McClellan

Tree Town USA relies on real-time inventory information to manage 5,000 acres of production. More

Out on a limb

By Matt McClellan

Foxborough Nursery completely changed its business model, and the result paid off. More

Product Spotlight

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Latest News

EPA launches voluntary drift protection program

The star-rating program is designed to encourage the use of safer pesticide spray products. More

USDA announces $18 million in research grants

The funding will go to small businesses for research and development of agricultural innovations. More

Second phase of gray water trials to begin at Texas A&M

By AgriLife Today

The AgriLife center in Uvalde is studying the effect of gray water irrigation on several ornamental plant species. More

Platform Specialty Products acquires Arysta LifeScience

The $3.5 billion acquisition is the third in 12 months for the chemical company. More

Federal grant awarded to fight rose rosette disease

USDA is providing $4.6 million through the Specialty Crop Research Initiative. More

Kubota enters skid-steer market

The two models, introduced at its national dealer day, will be available in May of 2015. More

Bell Nursery acquires two growers

The new acquisitions, Bentwood Farms and Blue Ridge Growers, will add to Bell's perennial production. More

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Landscape trees for the Midwest

Author and horticulturist Scott Zanon discusses which trees nurserymen should be planting for their Midwest customers. More

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