Profitable greenhouse operations know the cost of every product they produce, that is, if they sell it at a profitable margin.
Christmas was well and truly over some time ago. Possibly long forgotten already for some!
Last issue I shared with you a detailed outline of the different factors that need to be considered in planning combinations.
Container production, in particular of nursery stock, has a number of characteristics that have made this system a favoured option with both producers and customers.
Poinsettia growers have a responsibility for the post-production longevity of the plants we offer to consumers.
It’s December, there’s a chill in the air (and hopefully no snowstorm), and you’re wondering what will be hot in the 2013 container season.
With property sizes steadily shrinking and building footprints on the rise, there isn’t always a lot of room left to create any sort of garden – which is why the outdoor room trend has really taken hold.
Another gardening season has come and gone.
Isabelle Caron was born to be an ornamental grower and marketer.
Growers, retailers and consumers constantly monitor the health of their plants.
What is the state of the industry in 2012? What are the challenges? Are growers confident in the markets this year?
It was not a great season for poinsettia sales last fall.
Mar. 15, 2012, Simcoe, ON — The results of the 2012 Canadian Garden Centre & Nursery Reader Survey are in!
As I ponder the topic of this new Inside View, the sounds of Christmas fill the air, and the malls and churches are filled with poinsettias. Another growing season is in the bag.

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