Top 5 - yesterday
- CAN (SK): “The flowers take a long time to start growing but it is worth it because they are so beautiful”
- Plants remove cancer causing toxins from air
- Use of prohydrojasmon to suppress Frankliniella occidentalis and tomato spotted wilt virus in chrysanthemums
- Kuehne+Nagel announces management changes in Middle East and Africa region
- UK: Award-winning Chelsea Flower Show garden to go on display in Hampshire
Top 5 - last week
Top 5 - last month
- Hasfarm’s network expands in Indonesia, partnering with Bromelia Flowers and Tropika
- "Breeders need to study the Chinese market carefully before introducing a variety"
- Royal Flowers merges with The Elite Group
- North America: “Unbridled optimism for Mother’s Day tempered by reality”
- “A new sales channel for flower companies without any labor or high fixed costs”
US: Ornamental horticulture survey helps set research priorities
This program works with growers, researchers, registrants, and regulatory agencies to facilitate new product registrations, and also to place new diseases, insects, and weeds, as well as new crops, on already-registered ornamental horticulture product labels.
Every other year, the program prioritizes the next two-year research plan at its Ornamental Horticulture Workshop. Currently the IR-4 Project is inviting growers to help focus research prioritization by answering a few questions about the diseases, insects, and weeds which impact your business. The brief, online survey is available until September 1, 2017.
Check out the survey here.
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- 2023-05-23 Solar cells that support greenhouse farming
- 2023-05-23 US: Michigan agriculture organizations support Farm Bill facilities investment
- 2023-05-19 Cropping Up: Ride the farming wave with Utah horticulturalist Sheridan Hansen
- 2023-05-18 Cultivation digitization: how can growers get started?
- 2023-05-18 "Growing demand for construction professionals in CEA"
- 2023-05-17 Pursuing sustainability in floriculture
- 2023-05-15 "Vertical solar panels under the gutter can provide significant savings in plastic greenhouses"
- 2023-05-11 Embracing change with new growing systems
- 2023-05-05 US (CA): Winery uses flowers instead of grapes
- 2023-05-05 Scientists unlock the secret to roses aroma
- 2023-05-04 The lost art of chrysanthemum cultivation
- 2023-05-03 Comprehensive assessment of varieties of garden roses in the conditions of the Udmurt Republic
- 2023-05-03 Differential physiological responses and tolerance to potentially toxic elements in Primula forbesii Franch
- 2023-05-03 Growth of leopard flower (Belamcanda chinensis) with humics acids in nursery garden
- 2023-05-02 Russia: Takeaways from the greenhouse experts meeting in Ulyanovsk
- 2023-05-02 Denmark: Vanilla trial shows promising potential for domestic market
- 2023-05-02 University of Florida Greenhouse Training Online 2023 program starts May 29th