Sixty percent of vegetable growers use protected agriculture. Here are a few more stats you’ll want to know.
Those who’ve only grown in fields face the unknown when it comes to growing under cover. Luckily, there are excellent programs around the country designed for growers.
From access to winter markets to a different pest regimen, here are six things you need to weigh when making your decision.
Making the switch from ornamentals to vegetable crops? Read on to learn what lighting adjustments you need to make for a seamless transition.
Unusual — for strawberries — British retractable roof greenhouse gets top honor from one of the largest retail chains.
Some critical points to think about before adding a controlled environment component to your operation include market, structures, crop choice, and labor.
The tomato is designed to grow in hanging baskets in greenhouses.
British trial shows much lower disease pressure, higher quality and bigger yields.
Greenhouse expert Merle Jensen offers pointers on growing systems, pest control, plant nutrition, harvesting, and more.
Greenhouse expert Merle Jensen, a speaker at the upcoming Greenhouse Crop Production & Engineering Design Short Course in Arizona, offers pointers on marketing, variety selection, location, and more.
The Ontario based company will begin construction on the new facility in spring 2015.
White House and USDA recognize 15 individuals who represent the next generation of farming and ranching.
Controversial state legislation involving legalization of medical marijuana is presenting eligible producers with a whole different kind of weed management.
Q&A with FNGLA’s Ben Bolusky probes the possibilities growing pot for medicinal use has for the state’s nursery growers.
Florida Grower managing editor Paul Rusnak says it’s time for growers to come in from the outside.
Promote the perceived benefits of your produce in the right place for the right price.
Beneficials protect peppers from aphids and thrips both in and out of the greenhouse.