Saturday, May 30, 2015

Top Stories

Marketing: Tell the story

By Kelli Rodda

The industry continues to struggle with how to execute a cohesive marketing message. 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

Bayer Bee Care Center celebrates first anniversary

By Matt McClellan

The research facility touted its accomplishments, from educational outreach to new technology. More

Don’t fear the inspector

By Matt McClellan

Don’t be afraid of the inspectors who scour your nursery for pests. Learn how to work with them and not against them. More

Product Spotlight

Custom fuel tanks and reservoirs

The IFH Group offers fuel tanks and hydraulic reservoirs that range from one to 300 gallon capacities and are made of steel, stainless steel,... More

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PLNA and partners launch Webinar Wednesdays

The first series includes six webinars throughout the summer. More

EPA issues final Clean Water Act rule

By Kate Spirgen

New regulations could cover ponds, ditches and trenches. More

California farmers with strongest water rights voluntarily cut water use by 25 percent amid drought

The state approved the proposal May 22, and assured no further cuts will come to those entitled. More

AmericanHort appointed to International Association of Horticultural Producers

Twenty trade organizations from 18 countries are members of AIPH. The organization also organizes the International Grower of the Year competition. More

Cal Poly hort department head calls for industry advocates to help save program

A new plan for the San Luis Obispo school will demolish horticultural facilities to make way for student housing. More

GrowIt! hosts hort student app contest

The grand prize includes networking opportunities at top events with industry leaders. More

Casey Trees plants 1,398 trees in D.C.

Staff and volunteers for the D.C.-based nonprofit have planted 20,000 total trees. More

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Soils support recreation

As the weather warms and people spend more time outdoors, the Soil Science Society of America wants people to know how soil impacts their summer activities. More

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