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Wednesday, August 31, 2016 Vol. 80 No. 4


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August 2016 Issue

Features
Using Plants to Manage Stormwater | Debbie Hamrick
Hundreds of cities are ripping out concrete and going greener.

Utilizing PGR Best Practices, Part 2 | Jim Scruggs
Taking a closer look at PGR use in annuals and overcoming overdoses.



Culture Notes
Growing Bigger-Than-Life Begonias | Bart Sneek
With the addition of Megawatt, you’re positioned to supply both your landscaper and garden center customers with a full, high-impact interspecific begonia lineup.

Growing Bounce in Smaller Pots | Gary Vollmer
A little attention to detail can go a long way in growing Bounce and Big Bounce interspecific impatiens.



Columns
Growing With Griffin: Magnesium Deficiency: Clues & Cures | Rick Yates
Magnesium is the central element in chlorophyll, making it a crucial nutrient for maximizing photosynthesis, as well as maintaining vibrant green foliage.

Don’t Listen to Them | Art Parkerson
The problem is customers can’t tell you what you want to know because they “don’t say what they think, think how they feel or do what they say.” Our only option is to study what they do.




Under an Acre

Taking over Riverside Greenhouses in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada—Terence Gyselinck’s four-generation family business—was a challenging endeavor, but it was exactly the type of challenge that the recent university graduate leaped into.
Pest Management

Scales feed on a wide-range of plants in landscapes, and if not dealt with appropriately, they can severely impact plant health.

Acres & Acres

You’ve got money to invest, but you’re going to do it cautiously and wisely.

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