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Garden & Greenhouse Cover Story – Flying Skull Plant Products

The folks at Flying Skull Plant Products know that a business thrives on consistency. They are firm believers in the three supporting concepts that hold a …

Effectively Integrating Drip Irrigation & Fertigation into Growing Operations

With record droughts and water considered to be the next most endangered resource, more efficient methods of irrigation are evolving and finding their way into …

Garden & Greenhouse Product Review – GreenBroz Automated Harvesting Solutions

It is not very often that a company comes along and offers a complete solution to horticulturists. It is rare, but that is exactly what GreenBroz, Inc., from …

Using Water to Control Greenhouse Temperatures

Year round greenhouses, or even those used for season extension, face the challenge of extreme temperature swings. The structure collects excessive amounts of …

Bio-fertilizers for Farming

A bio-fertilizer is a living microorganism that helps promote plant growth. Bio-fertilizers help plants by increasing the availability of key nutrients to the …

Do-It-Yourself Hydroponics

Experimenting with hydroponic gardening is a fun and productive way for greenhouse hobbyists to expand their horticultural knowledge. The term …

Magnesium Supplementation for Orchids

Magnesium is a major building-block in the formation of chlorophyll. Its role in the functioning of plant enzymes to produce carbohydrates, sugars and fats …

Identifying and Eliminating the Two-Spot Spider Mite Tetranychus urticae

The first signs this pest has arrived are yellow speckling on leaf surface. Eventually little dots on underside of leaves and fine webbing between …

Swiss Chard is a Three Season Crop

Swiss Chard is a beautiful plant as well as a nutritious green and could easily be grown as a showy plant. It is perhaps one of the most nutritious greens you …

Strawberry Tips from Planting to Harvest

Strawberries thrive in a wide range of soils from heavy clay to light sand. They should be planted in an open area where they can receive sunshine throughout …