Wednesday, April 16, 2014

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Branching out

By Matt McClellan

More growers are using PGRs to enhance branching. More

Compost: waste or resource?

By Matt McClellan

As peat costs rise, growers are considering compost as an alternative, renewable substrate. More

Go to Cultivate'14 -- for free

Nursery Management, AmericanHort and OHP are sending five nursery growers to the trade show. More

A second look

By Michael A. Dirr

Growers and retailers need to reconsider the viburnum for its many merits. More

Adventures in agritourism

By Neil Moran

Be the first stop for consumers on a behind-the-scenes tour of the green industry. More

Product Spotlight

Actino-Iron soil additive

Actino-Iron from Natural Industries is a unique granular soil additive that combines the Actinovate organic fungicide with organic iron and... More

Latest News

Midwest Groundcovers adds new sales manager

Tom Foley joined the nursery's sales team in February. More

Syngenta opens application period for vegetable grant program

The Grow More Vegetables Seed Grant Program aims to tout the benefits of fresh vegetable production and consumption through hands-on experiences with agriculture. More

Funding available for New Jersey growers

The New Jersey Department of Agriculture is accepting specialty crop grant applications. More

Save American Workers Act passes house

The bill changes the Affordable Care Act's definition of a full time work week. More

Dow welcomes new commercial director

Paul Simons will oversee Pest Management and Turf & Ornamental marketing nationwide. More

AFE approves more than $280,000 in research funding

The money will support five continuing projects, five new projects, and the Gus Poesch Research Fund. More

'Arizona' Agastache

The American Takii display at Spring Trials 2014 features a number of varieties, including the Agastache Arizona series. More

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Hidden miracles of the natural world

We live in a world of unseeable beauty, so subtle and delicate that it is imperceptible to the human eye. To bring this invisible world to light, filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg bends the boundaries of time and space with high-speed cameras, time lapses and microscopes. More

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