Crop Culture
Here we are in May and a lot of hard work was done in planning, scheduling, advertising, the labour and the time management to reach this stage of the crop.
The subject of pH and EC has been discussed frequently. I would like you to check the March 2012 issue of Greenhouse Canada for some details on this subject. 
Few plants catch the eye of the consumer more than gerbera daisies. Throughout the past decade these plants have become a hot impulse buy at retail.
January is the month when many vegetable growers start their crops.
Nov. 6, 2012 — Most often, the poinsettia production questions in November are about correcting something that is wrong with the crop. These questions are also very difficult to answer with a quick fix because of the late stage in the crops. The flexibility in the poinsettia is very small in November.
In the first two articles in this series, I have written about the fixing of light energy, photosynthesis, the role of carbon dioxide, water, oxygen, respiration and stomata.
A programmed vegetative liner is a liner that is grown in such a way as to achieve a predetermined target.
Sept. 18, 2012, Valencia, Spain — Allergy problems? Spanish scientists have successfully grown geraniums that do not produce pollen.
A basic knowledge of plant diseases is essential to properly diagnose problems and take corrective measures.
If you want to see what a greenhouse of the future will contain, take a tour of the Greenhouse and Processing Crops Research Centre in Harrow, Ontario.
May 10, 2012 — Springtime means sunshine, blooms, birdsong and the dreaded "deer drama" that can wreak havoc in your customers' beautiful backyards.
This is April and calls and e-mails are coming in with various problems.
The incidences of micronutrient deficiencies in crops have increased markedly in recent years due to intensive cropping and climate change.
Knowledge and its timely use is the key to sustainability and profitability; time-sensitive crops, such as poinsettia, demand close attention

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