Thursday, August 28, 2014

Top Stories

Go with the flow

By Gerson Cortes

Lean Flow allows growers to maximize efficiencies and eliminate waste. More

Profitable partnerships

By Maria Zampini

Van Essen recognizes that collaborations through creative marketing bolster sales for the entire industry. More

Warning: Future contained within

By Chris Mosby

One horticulture supply company is using technology to push the boundaries of what’s possible for containers. More

Michigan Garden Plant Tour showcases new varieties, display gardens

Check out our video coverage from the 2014 tour. More

Better safe than sorry

By NM Staff

You owe it to your employees to provide an effective safety program. More

Product Spotlight

Champ Formula 2 - Fungicide/Bactericide

CHAMP FORMULA 2 is a fungicide/bactericide to control diseases on greenhouse, nursery, and shadehouse crops and ornamentals. More

Latest News

SNA elects new officers

Richard May was named president for the 2014-2015 term. More

NCNLA exec steps down

Ross Williams, the executive director of the North Carolina Nursery & Landscape Association, has announced his retirement. More

RISE announces new board members and officers

Dan Stahl of OHP, Inc., was elected to a new two-year term as chairman. More

Endless Summer hydrangeas launches new website

The interactive website offers information, images and video. More

University of California publishes nursery production manual

The 345-page manual covers all aspects of production of landscape plants in commercial nurseries. More

USDA funds to improve Lake Erie water quality

The funding will assist with the planting of cover crops to reduce soil and nutrient loss from fields. More

New bill would simplify ACA compliance

The STARS Act would make it easier for seasonal employers to comply with the Affordable Care Act. More

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Old favorites make a comeback

Terra Nova Nurseries has reintroduced popular varieties from the past that will be available for growers in 2014 and 2015. More

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