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- Manager Operations Ethiopia
- Senior Grower
Top 5 - yesterday
- “With our placement in Türkiye, we have easy access to the rest of the world”
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- "When buying our products, not only the rose production will be supported, also the well-being of rescued wildlife"
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Top 5 - last week
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- Hasfarm’s network expands in Indonesia, partnering with Bromelia Flowers and Tropika
- "Breeders need to study the Chinese market carefully before introducing a variety"
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- 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 (KY): Greenhouse allows garden center to grow year-round
The S500 Greenhouse has afforded Hendon’s Garden Center the opportunity to grow year-round and increase production in their retail nursery business. With increased production, their goal to provide an extensive selection of plants for a reasonable price is easier to achieve.
The structure’s extra-tall design provides exceptional clearance, which helps to create a healthier air flow. S500 Commercial Greenhouses are easily outfitted with the latest automated environmental control technology to adjust the temperature and air flow. Environmental accessories include heaters, circulation fans, intake shutters, exhaust fans with shutters and thermostats, and the ability to control the greenhouse and maintain a beneficial environment helps growers improve production and secure their place in the market.
S500 Commercial Greenhouses have a number of design options to help growers build the perfect greenhouse system, including roll-up and drop down sides and heavy-duty double doors. In addition to customizable design, GrowSpan structures stand up to heavy snow loads during the winter, and high heat in the middle of summer.
For more information:
GrowSpan Greenhouse Structures
1395 John Fitch Blvd
South Windsor, Connecticut 06074
Toll-free USA: (800) 476 9715
International: +1 860 528 9550
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Other news in this sector:
- 2023-06-01 Amasya Research Institute is trying to bring back extinct Sprenger's tulip
- 2023-06-01 Australia: Ball Mother-stock House meets growing demands
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- 2023-05-30 US (PA): Fire destroys greenhouse in Nippenose
- 2023-05-29 UK: Take a peek in a glasshouse
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- 2023-05-24 US (AK): Summer flowers are in full bloom for a project dating back 30 years
- 2023-05-15 US (MA): Araujo Farms in Dighton opens brand new greenhouses to showcase huge array of plants
- 2023-05-11 US (PA): Greenhouse in Lawrence County feeling impact of train derailment, chemical release
- 2023-05-10 UK: Herefordshire nursery plans 70 more acres of pot plants
- 2023-05-10 Turkey: Bilecik municipality fulfills 90% of its flower consumption from its own greenhouses
- 2023-05-09 New addition to LaFarm expands education and farming possibilities
- 2023-05-09 Turkey: 45 hectare flower greenhouse is set up in Erbaa, Tokat with 12.5 million USD investment.
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