Thursday, July 24, 2014

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Going green costs dollars, but makes sense

By Neil Moran

Growers commit to Mother Earth and their customers. More

Hydroponics for a changing market

By Neil Moran

It’s hardly traditional, and that’s precisely the point. More

Protecting veggies from mites

By Raymond Cloyd

Dealing with twospotted spider mites involves consistent maintenance practices. More

Growing with the fishes

By Neil Moran

Bio-integrated aquaponics is predicted to boom. More

Growing fresh ideas for food safety

By Bob Whitaker

The best defense when it comes to pathogens is a great offense. Research is a key player. More

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Construction begins on Western Illinois University greenhouse project

The greenhouses will extend the research opportunities for the school of agriculture. More

'Exotic' vegetable demand increasing in India

Farmers are increasingly turning to greenhouses. More

Bailey's Greenhouse touts alternative energy practices

The company hosted an open house to discuss its 'green' practices. More

LED light can aid tomato growth

Research from McGill University has shown LED treatments can aid tomato growth. More

Montana Research Center expands focus

The Western Agricultural Research Center will focus on specialty fruit and vegetable crops. More

Record number of attendees reported at Cutivate’14

The trade show formerly known as OFA Short Course attracted more than 10,000 people, according to AmericanHort. More

Cash in on rural loans

By Intuit Small Business Blog

USDA earmarked $150 million for rural businesses. More

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Growing strawberries in greenhouses

The University of Arizona's Mark Kroggel and the University of Arkansas's Michael Evans discuss the basics of growing strawberries in greenhouses. More