Thursday, April 24, 2014

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Suitable substitutes

By Jessica Lubell

Consider native alternatives for Japanese barberry and winged euonymus. More

Generation gap

By Kelli Rodda

As the green industry looks for its next generation of leaders, one movement aims to promote horticulture careers to the youth. 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

Branching out

By Matt McClellan

More growers are using PGRs to enhance branching. More

Product Spotlight

Labeling Solutions

Pot stakes and tags are the most basic signage elements in a growing center and, therefore, the most important. SATO Labeling Solutions offers both... More

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Nancy Buley receives 2014 Arbor Day Award

The J. Frank Schmidt & Son Co. communications director was lauded for her contribution to conservation. More

Color trends heat up sales

For growers and retailers, color is just as important as variety, and a focus on color can help boost sales. More

Social media spring cleaning

Here are seven ways to dust off your social media profiles. More

Bayer opens North American Bee Care Center

The center will support scientific research, product stewardship and sustainable agriculture to protect and improve honey bee health. More

OHP launches Segway O fungicide

The new ornamental fungicide provides control of oomycete diseases. More

NLAE elects new leaders

The organization is composed of horticulture association leaders. More

‘Apostle for horticulture’ Bryce Lane creates student travel endowment

The endowment will provide an opportunity for the study of world horticulture practices. More

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Cherries in bloom

The cherry blossoms are in bloom in Washington, D.C. and are attracting tourists and researchers. More

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