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Emerald Coast Growers Owners Retire | Chris Beytes
The question is for Dave and Wyona Babikow is, when you have a business in Florida and retire from it, where do you retire to?
GGS Tries Out Google Glass | Jennifer Zurko
GGS Structures Inc. has been chosen by Google to test their new Google Glass device, a wearable computer that projects a screen in front of the user’s eye.
Happy 50th Birthday to Air-inflated Double Poly Greenhouse! | Chris Beytes
In 1964, Rutgers professor Bill Roberts was looking to improve the efficiency of plastic-covered greenhouses.
HRI & AmericanHort Form Strategic Alliance | Jennifer Zurko
The Horticultural Research Institute (HRI) and AmericanHort announced the formation of a strategic alliance to support and promote research benefiting all horticulture industries.
Is Horticulture Withering? | Nicole Wisniewski
Horticulture, as a career field, has a lot of competition today with higher tech, sexier fields.
More than Just “Sticks, Stones and Tones” | Chris Beytes
That’s how someone cleverly described the garden décor trends on display at the 2014 IPM Essen show, held in late January in Essen, Germany.
Nufarm to Distribute Valent Products | Jennifer Zurko
Valent U.S.A. Corporation and Nufarm Americas Inc. announced that Valent has entered into an agreement that appoints Nufarm as the exclusive distributor of its branded products for professional turf, ornamental and aquatic uses in the United States.
On The Move | Jennifer Zurko
Hummert International; National Greenhouse Manufacturers Association; PARsource; Rimol Greenhouse Systems
Take a Trip to China | Chris Beytes
A group of Southeastern Conference university professors is organizing a horticulture, history and culture trip to China May 18-31, 2014.
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