Edema of Greenhouse Tomatoes and Kale

Originally published by e-GroDownload One of the many...

e-Gro: Reservoir Nutrient Solution Siphoning

Originally published on the e-Gro Blog Thu, Mar 21, 2019, created by Kellie Walters and Roberto Lopez If you...

Inner leaf “tip-burn” in lettuce

Published by e-Gro Not all nutritional problems are caused by supplying too much or...

Managing Basil Downy Mildew in the Greenhouse

Published by e-Gro Downy mildew continues to be the most important disease of basilthroughout...
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Perspectives on Business Strategy and Economics of Vertical Agriculture

Two economists at MSU Product Center Food-Ag-Bio, Michigan State University, Chris Peterson and Simone Valle de Souza were presenting “Perspectives on the...

University of Florida announces Greenhouse Training Online courses for 2019

With limited availability of qualified labor, your best investment is in training your existing staff to make better crop management decisions. University...

Meeting US Nursery and Greenhouse Growers’ Needs with Water Conservation Extension Programs

Nursery and greenhouse growers comprise an important sector of United States agriculture that is uniquely situated to...

Calling all microgreen growers!

Are you a microgreen grower? University of Arkansas needs your help. The Gibson Lab in the Department of Food Science is conducting...
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Importance of application of G x E x M to indoor Ag

In this month’s Indoor Ag Science Café, Tharindu Weeraratne (Autogrow) gave a quick overview of interactions between G (genotypes) x E (environment)...
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Reducing irrigation quantity and improving water quality to grow better plants

A presentation by Jane Stanley, woody grower of Saunders Brothers, Inc located in Nelson County, Virginia. This is a case study on...

University of Arizona Greenhouse Crop Production & Engineering Design March 2019 Short Course

Combine lectures with hands-on workshops at the Controlled Environment Agriculture Center of the University of Arizona on March 11-15, 2019. Three days of lectures from...

Survey of specialty crops growers by Purdue University

A research team at Purdue University invites you to participate in a survey of specialty crops growers to better understand your production...

Hydroponic Intensive Workshops at the University of Arizona

The University of Arizona's Controlled Environment Agriculture Center is gearing up for it's Hydroponic Intensive Workshops that will occur in January 2019. The CEAC's unique...

Purdue University hosts the Indiana Horticultural Congress

The Indiana Horticultural Congress is an educational meeting designed to meet the needs of fruit, vegetable, wine, organics, and specialty crop growers and marketers...

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