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AAS adds regional awards | Chris Beytes
All-America Selections will begin presenting awards to plants with superior regional performance, in addition to the national awards.
Charlie Hall's Off The Charts | Dr. Charlie Hall
The federal government’s 2013 fiscal year ended September 30, though most of us were so focused on the government shutdown that accompanied the new fiscal year that there wasn’t much time to reflect on the fact that the deficit fell quite a bit in 2013.
In Memoriam: Al Reilly | Edited by Jennifer Zurko
Monuments in the form of greenhouse structures varying in size, shape and purpose help define urban and rural landscapes coast-to-coast while serving as material testimony to the business and personal acumen of the late Albert “Al” Reilly, who passed away October 17 with his wife Pam, daughter Sarah, and son Rich by his side.
On The Move | Jennifer Zurko
Philips; Shinoda Foundation; Hummert International
Take a Trip to Spring Trials with the Professors | Jennifer Zurko
For the 4th year, a tour of several of the main stops along the Spring Trial route in California is being organized by floriculture/greenhouse specialists Dr. Mark Bridgen and Dr. Neil Mattson of Cornell University from April 8-10, 2014.
Thanks to NGMA, Greenhouses Are Now Defined | Chris Beytes
In the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC), that is. Which is “huge,” according to the code consultants hired by National Greenhouse Manufacturers Association—NGMA—to aid in the battle to get “greenhouses” included, defined and, where appropriate, exempted from certain codes they just can’t meet—such as energy conservation.
The Future of Grocery Floral | Jennifer Zurko
Boasting a complete “neighbor-hood shopping environment,” Mariano’s offers many amenities that other local grocery chains don’t.
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