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Friday, April 28, 2017 Vol. 80 No. 12


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April 2017 Issue

Features
Offense Over Defense | Dr. Daniel Peck
Preventing pest problems before they start.

Take Your Poinsettia Cuttings for a Dip | Rose Buitenhuis
Starting clean is key to biocontrol success.



Culture Notes


Columns
Keep That Grease Coming | Jennifer Zurko
Think about the problems you have in your business—they range from small potatoes to huge issues, right? How do you know which ones to tackle first?

Mistaken? Probably … | Sylvia Schaap
Mistakes, although they’re penalized with a poor grade in school and met with displeasure in the workforce, are important in the development of skill and knowledge.




Under an Acre

For the Schipper family, the journey to enter the greenhouse business began 18 years ago, when John Schipper, a trucker who hauled grain, made a stop at a farm that was growing greenhouse peppers and tomatoes.

Growers Talk Business

Is it unreasonable to tell an employee their job description is “wax on, wax off”?
Acres & Acres

Part 3 of “Plan for profit, plant to plan,” as explained by Dr. Will Healy.

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