Friday, October 31, 2014

Top Stories

Nursery leaders brainstorm solutions to industry issues

Nursery Management created the Nursery Grower Business Coalition to open dialog between growers. More

The Top 50

By NM Staff

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

The right cross

By Matt McClellan

Raymond Evison has spent 50 years breeding clematis, and is still searching for the perfect cross. 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

Product Spotlight

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Latest News

USDA awards $4.6 million to fight rose rosette disease

The funds will be used to develop best management practices, expand outreach and education efforts, and map genes for RRD resistance. More

Village Nurseries donates plants to California colleges

The donations are designed to promote the effectiveness of drought-tolerant plants in sustainable landscapes. More

Scientists seek odds-defying ash trees

By Toledo Blade

Researchers are canvassing Ohio and Michigan for EAB survivors. More

Green & Growin' names Kennedy keynote speaker

Registration is now open for the North Carolina trade show, which takes place Jan. 5-9. More

Bailey Nurseries announces 2015 introductions

The Minnesota grower will introduce 20 new varieties next year. More

EPA proposes removal of 72 chemicals from approved list

The chemicals would be removed from the list of substances approved for use as inert ingredients in pesticide products. More

America in Bloom releases two new books

The organization is publishing a special edition of its Best Ideas book and a compilation of articles and essays by Marvin Miller. More

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An ode to Osage orange

Ketch Secor of bluegrass band Old Crow Medicine Show sings the praises of his favorite tree for The Nature Conservatory's "If Trees Could Sing" series. More

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