Wednesday, October 01, 2014

Top Stories

Calendar enables Easter lily growers to catch a break

By Richard McAvoy

Unlike last year’s late-season date, this year’s mid-season date is advantageous in many ways. More

Calling in the biological team: Control of Fusarium

By A.R. Chase

Fusarium continues to be one of the toughest pathogens to diagnose and control. Here are some tips for prevention and care. More

Mixing it up

By Neil Moran

Growers are always looking for a new growing advantage. These three ingredients for soilless potting mixes are worth your consideration. More

Trialing and tribulations

By Chris Mosby

Plant trialing is an arduous process. Find out how three trial garden managers navigate the weather, diseases, pests, and other complications to produce evaluations. More

Poinsettias on trial

By Joe Jancsurak

Work is underway on what some consider to be the Midwest’s premier poinsettia event. More

Product Spotlight

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Orcon markets the new Plant Pro-Tec Dog and Cat Repellent . Formulated from 100-percent organic food grade ingredients, the new formula takes the... More

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Kenyan flower market faces potential danger

Delayed negotiations between the East African Community and the European Union could affect the price of Kenyan flowers. More

Donation supports dahlia virus research

A $350,000 donation to Washington State University will support research into viruses that afflict the flower. More

GIE Media Inc. announces new corporate headquarters

The company is moving to Valley View, Ohio. More

Toro Announces ‘Green Spaces Make Great Places’ grant program

The program will commit $15,000 in grants to help beautify and maintain public green spaces across the U.S. More

Monrovia wins communications award

The Garden Writers Association presented the California grower with the Wilfred J. Jung Distinguished Service Medal. More

New list details best university arboretums and gardens

Evaluations were made based on garden size, variety of plant species, special accreditations and unique attributes. More

AFE accepting applications for the 2015 Ecke Scholarship

Generally, one student is selected and will receive a $5,000 award for two consecutive years. More

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Water management tips

NRCSCalifornia provides some tips for improving water management in greenhouses. More