The term monoculture in agriculture returns to the growing of a single crop over a large area. Monoculture is the norm in most large-scale commercial agriculture in the US and in many parts (more…)
Archive for April, 2018
Is your student body planning a high school prom, dance, or party? Do you need ideas for your themes? Well look no further we can help spark your creative juices by going over several factors (more…)
Would you like to reduce your carbon footprint by decreasing food waste which accounts for 30% of all the resources used in farming i.e. water, energy, fertilisers? And also reduce the production (more…)
If you would like to have an attractive and productive garden which doesn’t cost a packet and which allows a wider range of choice than is available with buying seedlings or potted plants, (more…)
Like most people, I enjoy my gardening, but have to do so on a fairly tight budget (as they say, horticulture is a job you do for love, not money!). So, when it comes to garden tools, it used (more…)
As the cannabis industry continues to rapidly grow, cultivators are seeing the benefits of designing the ideal greenhouse facility to produce top quality and high yield crops.
There are (more…)
Water is the life source of horticulture so it’s crucial that we in the industry do what we can to protect and appreciate what it accomplishes for our livelihood.
World Water Day also advocates (more…)
Greenhouse Grower recently released their 2018 State of the Industry report, providing pertinent information on the ups and downs of horticulture and what trends we in the industry can expect (more…)
It is almost an impossible thing to find a person who does not love cheese. The taste of cheese is loved by many people.
Although it's often high in fat, cheese can offer significant benefits (more…)