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Study reveals value of neonics - Neonicotinoids are among the top-rated products used by turf and ornamental professionals...

12/18/2014 - Study reveals value of neonics


Neonicotinoids are among the top-rated products used by turf and ornamental professionals, according to a recent study. The research was commissioned and jointly sponsored by the principal companies of Growing Matters, "a coalition of organizations ...More
USDA's hort census - don't forget it! - If you're a hort producer, by now you should have received the USDA's 2014 Census ...

12/18/2014 - USDA's hort census - don't forget it!


If you're a hort producer, by now you should have received the USDA's 2014 Census of Horticulture form; copies were mailed in mid-December. It's critical that these forms be completed and returned: Not only is it the law, it's the only way to ensure ...More
Weathington tapped to head JC Raulston Arboretum - Horticulturist Mark Weathington has been named new Director of the JC R...

12/15/2014 - Weathington tapped to head JC Raulston Arboretum


Horticulturist Mark Weathington has been named new Director of the JC Raulston Arboretum at North Carolina State University in Raleigh. Here's the scoop from NCSU and JCRA: "Mark has a long horticultural history, officially starting in the field ...More
PLANET announces rebranding - Here's the latest from the Landcare Network, known as PLANET -- at least for the time being:...

12/12/2014 - PLANET announces rebranding


Here's the latest from the Landcare Network, known as PLANET -- at least for the time being: "We have exciting news. We have completed extensive industry and member research to develop a new brand that will help us aggressively advocate for and ...More
OSU studies common nursery diseases - Oregon State University plans to use a $3 million grant to study two groups of bacte...

12/4/2014 - OSU studies common nursery diseases


Oregon State University plans to use a $3 million grant to study two groups of bacteria that result in millions of dollars in losses annually to the nation's nursery industry. Researchers will study Agrobacterium tumefaciens and Rhodococcus fascians, ...More




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