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Chrysanthemum greenhouse up for sale in New Zealand

A flourishing chrysanthemum hothouse nursery business whose market has opened up substantially as a result of industry changes brought about by the Covid-19 lockdown is on the market for sale. GAIT Flowers Nursery in the Hauraki Plains township of Kerepehi produces 15 varieties of chrysanthemum –…

Russia: Agrokultura group begins fifth construction stage in Kashira

Agrokultura have begun the fifth construction stage of the greenhouse complex in Kashira, the press service of the Ministry of Agriculture and Food of the Moscow region reported. “Since 2015 the company have completed four stages of the greenhouse construction with the overall acreage of 79.8 ha. Now the…

Victorian Conservatory completed as part of £3m regeneration of Hull's Pearson Park

These pictures show the stunning finished build of the new Victorian conservatory which is a focal point of a £3m regeneration of Hull's Pearson Park. The conservatory has been constructed by our glasshouse specialists at CambridgeHOK and has now been handed over to site contractors William Birch & Sons,…

UbiQD partners with Solvay to distribute luminescent greenhouse covers

UbiQD, Inc., an advanced materials company powering product innovations in agriculture, clean energy, and security, and the Solvay Group, announced that they have agreed to…

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Turkish Growers Association delighted with increase in import tax on outdoor plants

Turkish Growers Association (SUSBIR) President Ahmet Dundar expressed the grower’s satisfaction with the increase of the import tax on outdoor plants and noted that he is expecting this development to an increase in outdoor plant production in Turkey. Ahmet Dundar: “We have been trying for years to stop…

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China: A new Orchid greenhouse being built in Gansu Province

On June 29th, 2020, a new butterfly orchid growing greenhouse project has enter into the structure installation phase in Demonstration Park for integrated Industrial Development of Gansu Province, China. The total area of flower demonstration greenhouse is 3 hectares and will use cutting-edge intelligent…

Inagro

New rooftop research greenhouse in Belgium

The building of Dakserre Agrotopia (Rooftop Greenhouse Agrotopia), recently started. This project originated from Inagro's need to renew the current research greenhouse. Since space is limited in Belgium, the company made the choice to build this new greenhouse atop the REO auction building in Roeselare.…

Turkey: Women growers in Mugla grow 18 million flowers in 27 greenhouses

Mugla municipality started a flower production project in the Koycegiz district of the city in 2015 with 3 growers. The growers were contracted to grow flowers with the purchase guarantee from the municipality. The project has expanded in time and now it consists of 60 growers producing flowers in 27…

Coronavirus hurts cut phalaenopsis sales in Turkey significantly

Cut phalaenopsis growers in Antalya report that their sales have completely stopped due to the coronavirus. Grower Kadir Erdem: “We will definitely close the season with a loss. The only sales activity we had in recent months was during Mother’s Day. We have a 6-hectare cut phalaenopsis greenhouse and…

Turkish cut flower growers are exporting at a loss just to help their cash flow

Turkey Cut Flowers Exporters Association Chairman Ismail Yilmaz noted that the economic measures and support programs announced by the government in order to battle the economic impact of the COVID-19 outbreak do not cover the cut flowers and ornamental plants industry. Ismail Yilmaz: “Flower growers and…

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India: Micro irrigation of flower crops under protected conditions

Flowers have always been an integral part of Indian culture and society. With globalization and free market economy, floriculture has attained an industrial status and has gained tremendous momentum in the last few years. However, this sector is still in a nascent stage of development and accounts for a…

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US (MA): Botanical greenhouse can generate all of its own energy

Boston-based architecture firm Kennedy & Violich Architecture has flipped the script for energy-intensive greenhouses with the net-zero energy Global Flora, a sustainable botanical facility for Wellesley College in Massachusetts. Engineered to exceed the Net Zero Water & Energy requirements of the Living…

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UK farmer offers disused land to growers following COVID-19

Since the dawning of COVID-19 many UK fruit and vegetable growers are investigating new growing methods such as vertical farming to increase outputs and ensure supermarkets a healthy supply of produce. However, it’s not just the existing growers that are looking to contribute to the security and…

New fire resistant cloth for Dutch nursery

A first for Kwekerij Zijdezicht, a plant nursery in De Lier, the Netherlands. The one and a half hectare extension of the chrysanthemum and aster nursery is fully equipped with a fire-resistant cloth. A cloth fabric that has only just been released on the market. Brand new facade clothNicolon vertical screen…

Eden Project

UK: Eden Biomes getting ready to reopen

The Eden Project is preparing to welcome visitors again to the Rainforest and Mediterranean Biomes from Saturday (July 4), following the reopening of the outdoor gardens on June 6. During lockdown a small and dedicated team of horticulturists worked hard to ensure that the living collections were looked…

China: Siyang, Jiangsu expands flower industry chain

In recent years, Siyang County, Jiangsu Province has vigorously developed the flower economy, and the plantation area of ​​the county has reached 4,666 hectares. Relying on flower fields, the local area is actively expanding the flower industry chain, developing derivative products, developing rural…

Special Greenhouse Construction

In the coming weeks, greenhouse construction takes center stage in the special of FloralDaily, HortiDaily and our Dutch newsletters GroetenNieuws and BPnieuws. For one month, we will pay more attention to everything that is being built in this sector. Besides new projects, we will also highlight technical innovations. What…

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UK: Glasshouses reopen as visitors are invited to travel the world at Kew

After reopening its gardens at Kew Gardens and Wakehurst in Sussex on 1 June, RBG Kew now announces the reopening of its iconic structures that have remained closed to the public under government guidance. From Saturday 4 July, the jewels in Kew Gardens’ crown, its world-famous glasshouses, will open…

3 tips for growing with high outside temperatures

In the coming days, temperatures will rise to 32 degrees Celsius in the Netherlands. What does this mean for growers and how can they respond to this to ensure that the crop remains stress free?  With the rise in temperature, the radiation level also rises. Radiation is the driving force of photosynthesis…

China: A "Post-90s" guy's "Rose Business"

"It needs to be flat when packing, otherwise it is easy to hurt the flowers." "Post 90s" guy Liu Kaibin just ended the call with the customer and went into the busy flower workshop to check the packing situation to be shipped to Shanghai and Shenzhen. The flower workshop equipped with automatic conveyor…

Multi-span plastic greenhouse being built by Azrom

New 16 ha greenhouse to meet Chinese demand for roses

In Rizho, a city in the northern Shandong province of China, a new 16ha greenhouse complex for rose cultivation is arising. The project is being realized by Israeli greenhouse builder Azrom and is expected to be finished at the end of August/beginning of September.  But what is the reason for this greenhouse to…

KG Greenhouses is building three high-tech tulip nurseries

Sky’s the limit for Dutch tulip growers

The production of tulips has been growing for years and, apart from the recent corona headache, there are no notable signs that this development will be slowing down. Although they are decreasing in number, the big companies are getting bigger and they invest heavily. Furthermore, that largely happens…

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A look inside the most flowery Starbucks ever

Tokyo’s newest Starbucks outlet has finally opened inside the Hana Biyori greenhouse, which is part of a larger garden managed by the popular amusement park, Yomiuriland. Especially during the rainy season, when the weather is unpredictable and sudden downpours are not uncommon, this new café is a great…

Social distancing greenhouse dining rooms

The Cartford Inn in Little Eccleston, Lancashire, has installed greenhouse-like dining pods that allow social distancing while having dinner. Sitting in the greenhouses with up to four people, you'll always be two metres apart from the people next to you.  British people are eager to get back to the pub, as…

Adapting climate and watering to coatings

Coatings soften the greenhouse climate; this provides an opportunity to change how the climate and watering are controlled. Two crop advisors discuss the principles that apply to tomatoes, gerbera and alstroemeria. “The cooling force in a greenhouse is the crop itself. In the summer it is important to lower…

Florensis fully up and running in multifunctional greenhouse

“What would be necessary in order to optimize the cultivation process?” That question formed the starting point for the discussions about the new-build project for Florensis in Dinteloord (Netherlands). Now, just 18 months later, the first part of the high-tech greenhouse complex in the Nieuw-Prinsenland…

Home office work and radiation fear increased the demand of succulents in Turkey

A lot of companies have switched to home office work with the Covid-19 outbreak in Turkey. As many people moved to their homes and worked extensively on their phones, the radiation levels became a concern for people. In order to battle the increasing radiation levels, Turkish consumers are purchasing…

A chat with the supervisor assistant of the rose nursery

Teplichny’s main specialist in roses

The supervisor assistant of the rose nursery, Ms. Svetlana Avdeeva has been working in the collective farm Teplichny for 20 years. Ten of them she grew cucumbers and dedicated the second decade to roses. Ms. Avdeeva recalls the times when she first came to the greenhouse, why she wanted to quit and why…

Russia: What hinders flower growing in Primorye

According to Russian experts, in 2019 the cut flower market earned over 2 billion euros. Roses were the most often sold flowers. Chrysanthemums are in second place, followed by carnations. Tulips occupy a separate segment, as they are seasonal flowers, mostly popular in the beginning of March. For…

From the PDI archive - the emergence of screening for orchids

“The beauty of the system was that it required little maintenance”

In the 1970s, one did not yet see any screen installations with orchids, but as soon as new greenhouses were built in the 1980s, it might be possible that a screen from Peter Dekker Installations would be installed in the greenhouse. “A number of cymbidium growers at a certain time had a PDI screen,” a…

Institute of Vegetables and Flowers, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences reveals the transport molecular mechanism of Anthocyanin in Bicolor Lily

Recently, the Lily Research Group of the Vegetable and Flower Research Institute of the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences has revealed the molecular mechanism of anthocyanin transport in two-color lily (‘Tiny Padhye’). Related research results were published online in "Genes". Lily flowers are not…

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Use of glass ceramics in greenhouse lamps facilitate plants' growth

Bright pink lights are used for providing sufficient lighting to house plants. Similar lamps are also used by farmers in greenhouses. Still, specialists in photo physiology argue that such lamps do not provide all the light that plants need. Scientists from ITMO in collaboration with their colleagues…

"Keep better track of humidity and energy balance with Connected Screening 2.0"

Controlling your climate by connecting knowledge

Connected Screening connects the advanced Hoogdendoorn iSii software with a wide range of Svensson screens to allow full control of humidity transfer, light transmission and energy savings in your greenhouse. It shows how much humidity can be transferred through the screen, and how you can increase plant…

Besseling Techniek completes new branding

Look up and you'll see it: Cleaning and chalking with one machine

With an expanded office, an updated company name and a re-branded logo and house style, the team with Besseling Techniek was ready to shine in 2020. And then Covid-19 happened - making it impossible to show off their new look at trade shows or during travelling. Fortunately their roof washers are still…

China's Yunnan Province: from a big flower province to a strong flower province

As the first batch of national rural reform pilot areas, Kaiyuan City insists on system innovation and key breakthroughs, deepens agricultural supply-side reforms, and takes the opportunity of creating a "one county and one industry" demonstration county to adhere to the development of "great industry +…

China: Jinning has an annual output of 4 billion fresh-cut flowers

In the implementation of the rural revitalization process, Jinning District of Kunming City has made the flower industry larger and stronger as an important starting point for farmers to increase their income, and to promote the harmonious development of rural areas. The government promotes the…

Hortivation Point

Greenhouse builders get global positioning standard

The Hortivation Foundation is introducing the Hortivation Point as the global positioning standard for greenhouses. This responds to the demand by greenhouse builders, installers and other suppliers for a standardised methodology for determining the exact position of every object in a greenhouse. This…

China: This park in Chongming will provide more than 100 kinds of flowers for the Flower Expo

What can be produced on the mechanical assembly line in the industrial workshop? Furniture, toys, daily necessities, electronic products... regardless of product form, these are non-life objects. In Hexing Village, Gangyan Town, Chongming District in Shanghai, there is a mechanical assembly line in the…

Turkish cut flower exporters set their eyes on Spain and Italy

Turkish cut flower exporters had set the target for 2020 as 125 million USD after surpassing the 100 million USD threshold for the first time in its history. However, the coronavirus outbreak put a stop to these plans and cut flower exports of Turkey dropped significantly in the last 2 months which were…

Buwatec helping clients digitally:

Downloading water tanks from across the world

“Several months ago we received an order from Qatar, for large water tanks,” tells Pieter Versluis with Buwatec. The Dutch water storage system manufacturer normally works with a worldwide dealer network, through which dealers help local customers with the installation of the tanks. “This could not be…

Turkey: Rose growers in Adana complain that their profit margins are too small

Rose growers in Adana complain that their profit margins are too small and that there is a big gap between their sale price and the retail price at the florists. The growers note that their sale price is around 0.15 USD per stem however the price at the florist is around 1.5 USD per stem. The growers…

Turkish Cut Flowers Association Chairman requests 4 measures to keep flower growers in business during Covid19 outbreak

Speaking on TV, Cut Flowers Association Chairman Ismail Yilmaz requested 4 measures to keep the sector alive in the country. Ismail Yilmaz: “The cut flower and ornamental plant exports have declined by 30% in April and in total the exports for March-April went down by 40% in total. This left the growers…

Smart LED lighting supplier secures CDN $3.9M of funding

Sollum Technologies, a company inspired by nature to offer greenhouse producers smart LED lighting solution that dynamically recreates the full spectrum of the sun’s light, closed a second round of funding of 2.7 million Canadian dollars from Investissement Québec and its initial investors. The first…

China: Yunnan seeds travel into space

On May 5, 392.26 grams of Yunnan ornamental horticultural plant seeds, including Orchidaceae, Asteraceae, Rosaceae, and Rhododendron, etc., entered space along with the Long…

Turkish greenhouse moss grower exports his products to 6 countries

Iskender Uygunbas, a lawyer from Istanbul, moved away to the Seydikemer district of Mugla and decided to grow moss for export.  Covering 0.25 hectares of pools with greenhouse covers, the grower started with moss production after importing necessary raw materials for production. The products, which are later…

"It's time to highlight the shadow side of grow light"

The larger the supply, the more difficult the choice. The latter certainly applies to the lighting market in greenhouse horticulture, where with the rise of LED lighting, the number of suppliers is increasing very rapidly and one luminaire or installation promises to be even better and more sustainable…

Mother’s Day rescued the Turkish floriculture industry in May

Turkish Cut Flowers Association Chairman Ismail Yilmaz remarked how Mother’s Day came to the rescue of growers who were struggling mightily due to the Covid19 outbreak. Ismail Yilmaz: “After a long period of stagnation, the domestic demand finally made a significant jump on Mother’s Day. We believe that…

Why does this Russian greenhouse need so many rose varieties?

Thousands of hybrid tea roses originating from the Netherlands are boosting with vitality in this Russian greenhouse of 10 thousand square meters. White Avalance bushes abundant in flowers resemble snow heaps recently fallen from the top of the mountain. El Toro’s red flowers resemble a skirt of a…

Construction teams make progress at phase 1 renewal of Unifarm Wageningen

Wageningen University & Research is getting a 'green' research greenhouse on campus. The Unifarm greenhouse complex is being renovated in various phases, and phase 1 has reached its final stage. At the bottom left, the heat-cold storage tanks have already been completed, while, at the top, work is being…

'Solnechny dar' greenhouse complex brings more money to the Stavropol Krai treasury

The TV program “Vesti. Stavropol Krai” aired a story about the economic situation and the near future of the Izobilnenskyi urban district. The hosts told about construction sites and enterprises in rural areas that are partially funded from the state budget as part of the rural development program.…

China: The greenhouses in the poor village is full of "rich" orchids

The provincial poverty-stricken village on the edge of the East River, Yanghe Village, Huizhou City, is undergoing earth-shaking changes. The bumpy village roads there many years ago have now become a spacious and beautiful country greenway; dozens of villagers use seaweed to grow orchids in greenhouses;…

Hans Zeeman about family business: from greenhouse painter to technical supplier

"Grateful that our family name is still on the building"

In 1928, after many weeks at sea, a fisherman returns to port in the Dutch town of Vlaardingen. Another fishing vessel sails out of the harbour and comes alongside. "Say, I heard you had a son," someone from the ship shouts to the fisherman. At that moment, the fisherman and brand new father makes a…

Kunming: The Spring City and its successful flower story

Kunming is known as the "Spring City" because there is no severe cold in winter, no high temperature in summer, and four seasons there are like spring. In 2016, Kunming proposed to build a city brand of "The World's Spring Flower City" with its positioning and upgrading, so that Spring City's "flower…

Luminescent greenhouse film manufacturer partners with TV tech supplier

UbiQD and Nanosys have agreed to partner on the development and manufacturing of UbiGro luminescent greenhouse films. Installed above plants in a greenhouse, UbiGro is a layer of light that helps plants get more from the sun. UbiGro uses fluorescence to create a more optimal light spectrum for crops,…

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Climate-based annual daylight modelling for greenhouses with supplemental electric lighting

Recent advances in LED-based luminaire design have enabled greenhouse operators to temporally control both the photon flux density (PFD) and spectral irradiance incident upon the plant canopy. However, it is difficult to predict the performance and benefits of these luminaires without knowledge of the…

China: "This greenhouse can cool down as well"

In order to further improve the efficiency of introducing and cultivating new plant varieties in Guilin, the flower glass greenhouse developed by the local Flower and Tree Research Institute has been officially put into use recently. Glass greenhouses rather than ordinary plastic greenhouses, this kind…

Comparative evaluation of commercial greenhouse performance in Kenya

Appropriate production structures are essential in promoting growth and yield of crops under protected cultivation. The need to access food all year round by the ever increasing world population demands that technologies such as greenhouse production be engaged widely in food production efforts by all…

Mobile greenhouse sprinklers: fully automated type more widely adopted

Modern agriculture requires mechanisation, larger scales, automation and intelligence. Facility agriculture has a leading role in the development and application of technology and equipment. Water saving irrigation is a key technology, and one of the most important technologies for the Chinese country.…

Russia: Sea of flowers from Krasnodar

One cannot miss the greenhouse complex in stanitsa Elizavetinskaya as the flower aroma reaches one on the highway. From here, the flowers are delivered to Krasnodar, Anapa…

China: The flower economy "unfreezes", they survived

The rising temperature has moved people to go out and enjoy the flowers, and also ignited the "frozen" flower economy for a long time. On the first day of the "May Day" holiday, Shanghai City Park received a total of about 515,000 tourists, and the suburban parks received about 45,000 visits. At the same…

"By 2028, Yunnan Dounan Flowers will be built into the "world's first" flower trading center"

In March, an expert demonstration meeting on the Work Plan of Dounan Flower Construction“ World First ”Flower Trading Center was held in Dounan. International and domestic…

China: Huma County Agricultural Science and Technology Park is full of spring

Recently, Huma County Modern Agricultural Science and Technology Park is actively carrying out resumption of production while seriously carrying out epidemic prevention and…

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Chinese liquor producer invests in sorghum greenhouse

Right now, it is the golden period of Maotai liquor production in China. The red sorghum is undergoing the brewing process of Maotai liquor to be perfect for the final products. At the same time, in the mountains of Renhuai City, the seeds of red sorghum are taking root. The source of Maotai liquor lies…

US: A grower’s guide to reopening your greenhouse

Spring has arrived, Mother’s Day has passed, and signs of optimism are emerging throughout the horticultural industry. Several local and state governments have allowed…

Russia: In this greenhouse begonias bloom

Once you step over the threshold of the MBU Mahachkala-1 in Kirov region, you see an endless field of flowers, bushes and even trees. Here it is always eternal spring; the temperature is maintained at the level of 20 degrees. Watering and heating systems are installed around the walls here, positive…

Russia: 20,000 Dutch petunias accommodated in Sakhalin

A large batch of perennial, ampelous and annual plants arrived from the Netherlands by plane to Teplichny. Bakopa, mecardonia, petchoa, fucsia, balsamine, salvia, begonia, buddleja, scabiosa, helianthus, phlox, hosta, ivy and others, in all over 25 varieties. Among them there are over 20,000 surfinia,…

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iUNU joins 5G Open Innovation Lab to help drive early adoption and innovation of 5G technology

iUNU has joined the 5G Open Innovation Lab, an ecosystem for developers, enterprises, carriers, and technology leaders, focused on helping start-ups utilize 5G to develop new capabilities, use cases, and market categories. iUNU will work closely with the Lab’s founding partners including Intel, T-Mobile,…

China: The floral industry of Balu Town, Pizhou City is developing fast

In late spring, the trees are lush and the flowers bloom. In Balu Town, Pizhou City, there are greenhouses one after another under the sun.   In recent years, Balu Town has closely focused on the “Four Ones” industrial layout of the Pizhou Municipal Party Committee and Municipal Government, insisting on ecological priority…

Russia: Kaluga region restores flower production

The head of the region, Mr. Vladislav Shapsha visited CJSC Rose Hill during his visit to Borovsk region. The enterprise has been growing roses in accordance with the Dutch technology since 2008. The acreage comprises 14 ha. The enterprise can boast the equipment enabling a high level of productivity. In…

Less evaporation and algae growth in a closed basin

The pictures show a water basin that is completely sealed. Because the basin is closed, there is less evaporation. Moreover, the stored water heats up less thanks to the reflective layer, says Bas van der Elst of Hendic. And last but not least, there is no algae growth in the basin because the water is…

"People always need their vitamins"

Pensa greenhouse continues operations

In the current circumstances, where enterprises are facing certain financial difficulties, it is still possible to help others. The Pensa greenhouse complex supplies free produce to volunteers and healthcare specialists, as well as to animals kept at the zoo.  "We may look a bit unusual now, but the precautions are…

With spray lance on wheels, you can also chalk or coat during strong winds

You could call it the red line in the innovations of Willem Poppe: the bicycle. He already developed the chalk bike to chalk the greenhouse while riding a bike, and has now developed a spray lance on wheels, the size of a children's bike, with which his company Helderglas wants to give growers the means…

China: Lights will shine in Lanzhou

In Gansu province, China, a modern agriculture demonstration park has been built for the flower industry in Lanzhou, the province's capital. The entire project covers an area of 32 hectares and is divided in three departments. The most recent is the largest greenhouse, covering 18 hectares, and in this…

Greenhouse manufacturer Greenspan on this large project:

Kenya: Greenhouse expansion marches on at Fontana Group

Over the last 1.5 years, 36 ha of greenhouses have sprouted at one of Fontana Group's newest locations at the foothills of Mt. Kenya, in Kenya. And at least 10 to 15 ha more is planned to arise. This large project is carried out by an Indian greenhouse manufacturer Greenspan, and even now, with the…

Turkey: Ornamental industry severely impacted, but there are some bright spots

The effect of the coronavirus is still felt heavily in the floriculture industry in Turkey. Cut flower growers in Antalya had invited municipalities to purchase the flowers they were not able to export due to the coronavirus and use these flowers to decorate the city. However, their invitation was left…

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It's a bird, it's a car... it's... a greenhouse!

A dad decided to make use of his car while it was sitting on the driveway during lockdown -- by turning it into a greenhouse. Ian Hall, 62, is growing three types of tomato…

Oregon State University

Three DIY safety projects for your greenhouse

In recent weeks, Hortica covered a variety of topics to help your greenhouse maneuver through an uncertain spring. This included impactful ways to keep your business blossoming from a distance through no-contact deliveries and social media strategies. Now it’s time to consider three onsite projects that…

Turkish Flower Associations:

"70% of Turkey’s floriculture industry will go out of business if coronavirus situation continues any further "

Due to the coronavirus outbreak, the sales of cut flowers and ornamental plants in the domestic market dropped off dramatically and the exports are on hold due to border closings. Turkish Growers Associations along with many other associations operating in floriculture issued a joint press release: “The…

$25,000 grant for school greenhouse expansion project

The William N. Pennington Foundation awarded a $25,000 grant to the Carson City School District to build an outdoor classroom and expand an office at the Carson High School Greenhouse. The classroom and office expansion were deemed a crucial next step to keep up with the growing number of students and volunteers…

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US (MN): Lilac Hill preps to open second greenhouse

Mother’s Day is right around the corner and greenhouses are opening back up just in time. Lilac Hill Greenhouse is getting ready to open a pop-up store in the parking area at Super One on West Arrowhead Road in Duluth. “I love plants, I love seeing the color and if we can do this safely, people aren’t at…

US (FL): Greenhouse protects different crocodile species from Florida's varied weather conditions

A Florida-based greenhouse is home to more than 5 different crocodile and alligator species. The crocodile greenhouse helps to conserve different crocodile species by protecting them from the varied weather conditions in Florida. The 26-year old owner Kyle says to aid the reptiles in the conservation of…


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