Posts in Horticulture
Many nurseries have experienced flooding recently due to extreme weather. What can growers do to mitigate flood damage to their plants?
A leaf analysis provides the most accurate indication of a plant's overall health. Here's some advice for collecting samples and interpreting test results from the lab.
When applying herbicides, it's important to understand the effects they can have on non-target plants and trees.
Checking the electrical conductivity (EC) in potting media is one of the quickest and least expensive ways to evaluate fertility status.
Applying silicon is a practical and economical way to make container plants stronger and more insect, disease and stress resistant.
Plants aren't able to think the way we are, but that doesn't mean they're helpless.
All controlled-release fertilizers are not equal. Polyon continues to be the industry standard.
Here's some great advice from Lynn Griffith on liming strategies for plants that will be in the nursery for more than a year.