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Sunday, February 14, 2016 Vol. 79 No. 10


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February 2016 Issue

Features
Understanding Dissolved Oxygen | Kurt Becker
Optimizing the oxygen levels in your irrigation water could improve plant health, reduce crop times and eliminate shrink.

Treating Your Soil Right | Jennifer Zurko
Here’s a list of what you should and shouldn’t be doing with your growing media.



Culture Notes
Reinforcement for Growing Celosia Armor | Mike Huggett
Celosia Armor provides a very unique flower form with a wide range of container and garden applications in one series.

Growing the Newest Nepeta | Mike Fernandez
The new Aroma Nepeta really has superior resistance to disease, plus the added benefits of heat and drought tolerance.



Columns
Respecting What You Do | Jennifer Zurko
I’m always amazed at how you run your businesses and handle the many challenges you face every day.

Feast or Famine: Managing Iron Deficiency and Toxicity | Virginia Brubaker
Reports of iron deficiency in greenhouse crops continue to rise, due in part to the popularity of vegetatively propagated crops with lower soil pH requirements.





Pest Management

You probably have aphids of some sort right now, and like most pests, they’re tiny, camouflaged and reproduce quickly.
Growers Talk Business

We manage those things in our lives that we have direct control over, changes to our own norm can most always lead to good things.
Acres & Acres

Determined to run their own CSA, Jeff and Carey Wood made the dramatic decision to move to the small province of Prince Edward Island and open The Olde MacKenzie Farm.

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