Driven by ingenuity, thoughtfulness and common sense, Bill Hendricks proves he’s an industry ally. More
Amid concerns about the effect of neonicotinoid insecticides on pollinator populations, the retailer now requires a special tag on plants treated with them. More
The revised American Standard for Nursery Stock is now available for industry use. More
Expensive and dwindling labor coupled with outdated production processes are likely costing you more than you realize. More
Strategize for 2015 with our State of the Industry Report. More
Cuprofix Ultra 40D is a dry flowable fungicide/bactericide for use on turfgrass, and greenhouse, shadehouse, and nursery grown plants and... More
The drought has forced wholesale growers and the businesses that depend on them to adapt. More
Four trees that have shaped America are under threat. More
Vegetables, fruits, ornamental nursery and floriculture products will now have expanded protection from the Noninsured Crop Disaster Assistance Program. More
Washington Post columnist and author calls for skilled horticulturists to rise to the challenge. More
Invasive plants found to be more tolerant of changes than less adaptable native species. More
A $3 million grant will be used to study two groups of bacterial pathogens, A. tumefaciens and R. fascians. More
Young professionals in the garden industry are encouraged to apply. More
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Bert Cregg of Michigan State University Extension, Departments of Horticulture and Forestry, discusses what growers need to know about concolor fir, as part of a series on Christmas tree species. More
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