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Saturday, April 30, 2016 Vol. 79 No. 12


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April 2016 Issue

Features
Regulation Strangulation | Jennifer Zurko
New and existing import regulations are causing headaches for suppliers with production sites overseas.

War on the Roses | Helen Margaret Griffiths
Is it possible to grow good roses when rose rosette virus is nationwide?



Culture Notes
Perovskia Blue Steel: Stronger, Longer Perennial Color | Cor de Jong
The new Perovskia Blue Steel from PanAmerican Seed is a perennial first—now growers can produce high-quality, affordable Perovskia atriplicifolia from professional-grade seed.

Beat the Heat with New BeeBright & HoneyCluster Pentas | Amy Briggs-Macha
With the introduction of two new pollinator-friendly pentas seed series from Syngenta Flowers, growers now have additional options to meet the needs of consumers.



Columns
Who’s Driving Your Bus? | Art Parkerson
The people on your bus may determine how enjoyable and rewarding the trip is for everyone, but you can’t blame the passengers for where the bus goes.

Don’t Ignore the Details | Jennifer Zurko
The more I learn about how to prevent and control insects and diseases, the more I realize that it’s all in the details and that you have to constantly be on guard—especially if you’re the head grower and/or owner.




Under an Acre

From the outside, Local Greens Farm in Santa Rosa, California, looks like your typical warehouse. However, this highly controlled structure has awakened new possibilities in growing fresh food.


Acres & Acres

It’s time to spread the fun to your customers.

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