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In a 5-year study, researchers determined how much phosphorus is necessary to produce a marketable crop.
Consumers value water source during production and plants’ water use while in the landscape.
Avens proved to be tough plants that require minimal maintenance, offer a variety of flower forms and colors and should be grown more widely.
Learn how to identify and control caterpillars before they eat away your profits.
A unique development from Syngenta offers long-lasting control against chewing insect pests of trees and shrubs.
Applying fungicides with different modes of action can help prevent disease and resistance.
A versatile solution for protecting crops from a broad spectrum of diseases at low-use rates.
Barbara Jeffery-Gibson’s quiet confidence, drive and resilience has earned her the respect of colleagues and family over the past 25 years.
Peter Orum built Midwest Groundcovers into an enterprise through hard work, a collaborative spirit and a dedication to long-term planning.
Jim Monroe’s journey through horticulture started with Japanese maples and a fascination with plants.
With a calendar full of tree planting events and meetings with landscape architects, Nancy Buley helps proliferate the value message of trees.
Amy Morris’ dedication, drive and keen management skills have propelled her to a successful career in horticulture.
John Hoffman’s sincere love of people and plants is reflected in the exemplary business that he and his team have built.