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Monday, March 30, 2015 Vol. 78 No. 11


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March 2015 Issue

Features
Keep Your Greenhouse Young | Tom Vezdos
Here are some tips on how to extend the life of your greenhouses, so you can avoid future issues that could impact your bottom line.

The Science of Structures | Anne-Marie Hardie
Does the new greenhouse you’re adding work well for your region? Here are some things to consider.



Culture Notes
Real Series: Presto Geranium | Kristopher Carlsson
For the next several months, we’ll be highlighting varieties from Ball FloraPlant’s Real Series. This month: a classic for any bed or container.



Columns
Young Biological Horticulturists | Roger McGaughey
Last fall, we discussed the possibility of involving some school students in a horticultural project, learning how to grow aphid banker plants and being our suppliers.

An Emerging World | Jennifer Zurko
When you read or hear about the issues between Russia and Ukraine, workers’ conditions in Chinese factories and the continuous widespread poverty in India, do you tune out? I did, too, until I started researching for this month’s cover story on global markets.




Under an Acre

With the push for local produce, why are North American groceries stores full of imported produce? This is one question that baffles Ken Taylor, owner of Green Barn Farm in Notre-Dame-de-l’Ile-Perrot, Quebec.
Pest Management

Here are eight important steps for a greenhouse or nursery team to consider before beginning an ICM strategy.
Growers Talk Business

For the spring of 2014, we embarked on a new method of insect control in the greenhouse.
Acres & Acres

There are a few signs out there that indicate society might just be willing to get off the crazy train and take a break.

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