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Wednesday, September 28, 2016 Vol. 80 No. 5


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September 2016 Issue

Features
Go Big or Go … Small? | Jason Rekker
Choosing plug sizes for profitable perennial production.

Use Rooting Hormone or Eat Ice Cream? | Kris Carlsson, featuring research from Luís Muñoz
A vegetative breeder tests whether rooting hormone is really worth using on the most popular varieties.



Culture Notes
Combos Worth Growing | Mary O’Connor
PanAmerican Seed’s newly invigorated seed combo program, called Plug & Play, delivers unstoppable performance from bench to store to garden.



Columns
Managing the Micromanaging | Chris Fifo
Do micromanagers feel like nobody can do things as well as they can? Or is micromanaging the little things their distraction from the big things they’re dealing with?

Interview Weirdness | Jennifer Zurko
A lot of people are uncomfortable in front of a reporter with a recorder, pen and pad at the ready, hanging on every word.




Under an Acre

Fascinated by the science as much as the flower, Dr. Cindy Jones has brought together her passion for biochemistry and gardening to develop a thriving company, Colorado Aromatics.
Pest Management

A multitude of factors associated with plants may influence the activity of translaminar pesticides.
Growers Talk Business

After three to four years of collecting data on the consumer, we realized we need to also take the same approach with our employees.
Acres & Acres

To follow someone else’s path is to stay one step behind. You need to break new ground, travel uncharted territory.

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