Making Integrated Pest and Disease Management Work

Originally published in Issue 4 Regardless of whether growers refer to using an integrated pest management (iPM) or integrated pest and disease management (iPDM) program,...

Urban Ag News attends high tech greenhouse opening

Urban Ag News recently visited Golden Fresh Farms in Ohio. Golden Fresh Farms, a subsidiary of Red Sun Farms, has completed Phase 1 of their high-tech...

Getting serious about hydroponic vegetable production

Originally published in Issue 4 The GrowHaus is refining its production methods and product mix to satisfy its expanding customer base. In July when Tyler Baras...

Why should you attend the International Congress for Controlled Environment Agriculture 2017? Part...

As I posted earlier this month, I have been fielding a lot of questions from industry peers asking why Hort Americas continues to support,...

Why the International Congress for Controlled Environment Agriculture 2017? Part 1

Recently I have been fielding a lot of questions from industry peers asking why Hort Americas continues to support, sponsor and even have a...

Michigan State University 2017 Lighting Solutions Open House

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XbIBbQTEWgk] Helping growers learn about the latest advancements in supplemental, photoperiodic, and sole-source horticulture lighting and making the best decisions for their plants and...

Water, Humans, Agriculture and Golf Courses: Symbiotic Cooperation & Competition

I had planned to write a doom and gloom piece about the well-known California drought and what golf courses should be doing to manage...

Love of Agriculture Realized in Hydroponic Greenhouse Operation at Eden Farms Inc.

Originally published in Issue 3 Randy Butts spent 10 years working as an engineer before he made the decision to do what he really wanted...

Urban Ag News talks Organic Hydroponics with Brett Elliott, farm manager at Elliott Gardens

Organic crops grown in a greenhouse using hydroponics [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xukHKeJiUFA] Learn how one growers produces organically certified leafy greens and culinary herbs in a Colorado greenhouse...

Green Sense Radio Show: Non-Profits changing the way we eat

Non-Profits changing the way we eat Feb. 26, 2017 Non-profits, like Grow North Texas, are trying to create awareness on what we are eating and where...
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Local food movement from Nashville’s Jeremy Barlow owner of Sloco

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0JeZMVcrKnI] Author of "Chef's Can Save the World" and owner of Nashville's premier sandwich shop Sloco, Jeremy Barlow shares his thoughts on the future...

Greener Roots Farm – First Vertical Farm in Nashville, TN

Greener Roots Farm founder Jeffrey Orkin gets excited about being able to operate a farm “that has the potential to make money and create...

Striving to achieve success in the greenhouse industry with Bryan Hart

Originally published in Issue 3 Industry consultant Bryan Hart talks about what it takes for growers to run a successful business and issues they are...
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Grow North Texas – How a Dallas Based Non-Profit Plans to Change the Way...

Introducing a City to Locally Grown Food [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8Hbf0xAyMc] Grow North Texas is a nonprofit that seeks to connect North Texans to food, farms, and community...

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