One of the largest open field farmers in North America is expanding its portfolio with acquisition of longtime greenhouse vegetable operator from Canada.
From access to winter markets to a different pest regimen, here are six things you need to weigh when making your decision.
High tunnels alone are not enough to control pest populations, the study shows. To control pest levels, growers need to take other steps that allow ventilation while screening crops, and supporting natural predators.
Houweling’s Tomatoes exceeds industry standards for locally grown produce while pioneering innovative technologies that improve sustainability.
From fully automated deepwater culture to vertical growing systems, growers and manufacturers weigh in on tools for producing top-quality vegetables and greens.
Let’s go over some the necessary terms you need to understand so you can talk about your plants.
Trying to decide which growing media is the right one for your greenhouse vegetable production? Take a look at these six options.
These smart strategies play off the science behind infestations, instead of merely treating symptoms.
Thinking of adding growing vegetables under cover? Here are a few things you need to consider first.
Iran will be converting all its vegetable farms to greenhouses within 10 years, The Financial Tribune reports. Its […]
Topics to be covered include production and disease, insect, and weed management tactics.
Production practice offers benefits beyond excluding the psyllid and HLB.
Proper water management and pruning strategies can help improve yields.
The Belgium-based company produces tailored growth infrastructures that are turnkey, automated, robotized, and able to be integrated into existing production facilities.
The greenhouse operation also was named a PMA Impact Award Finalist.
The company’s Ohio-grown greenhouse tomatoes hit the marketplace as phase two and three of a state-of-the-art facility are being completed.
After breaking ground on a second greenhouse in the spring, Red Sun plans to start the hiring process this fall and plant the first crop in early 2017.