Monday, June 29, 2015

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Harsh lessons

By Helen Yoest

After nearly a decade, find out what the Southeast learned from its debilitating drought and whether history is doomed to repeat itself. More

Make plans to attend our Virtual Conference

Some of the brightest minds in the industry will share their insight and latest research on June 30. More

Feeling parched

By Matt McClellan

As California’s historic drought continues, growers are squeezing every last drop into their businesses. Part 1. More

White House releases National Pollinator Strategy

Horticulture industry groups are generally supportive of the strategy, with a few reservations. More

House passes bill to stop EPA water rule

The bill would require EPA to withdraw its proposed rule redefining which bodies of water are subject to regulation. More

Product Spotlight

RootShield biological fungicide

RootShield from BioWorks is a highly effective biological fungicide that protects roots from the most common root diseases affecting greenhouse,... More

Latest News

UF/IFAS invasives research facility likely to close

By Palm Beach Post

The facility, which opened in 2004, may be a casualty of state budget cuts. More

Four Star Greenhouse plans summer events

The Michigan greenhouse has several opportunities for growers and retailers to tour its operations. More

Colorado uses Asian wasp to fight EAB

By Smithsonian Magazine

The city of Boulder unleashed predatory wasps to combat its emerald ash borer infestation. More

Syngenta hires two new territory managers

Adam Garr, Chris Threadgill join team of 56 experts. More

UGA Trial Gardens open house approaches

The 33rd annual public open house will be July 18. More

IGC Show announces IGC East keynote speaker

Lloyd Traven, president of Peace Tree Farm, will discuss attracting young consumers. More

PIA combines with AmericanHort

Hundreds of plantscape firms and product suppliers will now be served by a singular association. More

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Studying California's drought-tolerant plants

Chapman University's Dr. Jennifer Funk takes us on tour through her research into long-term, drought-resistant California plant species. More

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