As we enter our busy Early Order Program season, I want to stop and take a moment to thank you for your continued business and support of Harrell’s. We are so grateful you are a...
Golf Course Superintendent, Jim Huntoon, of Heritage Club Golf Course shares his strategy
Many nurseries have experienced flooding recently due to extreme weather. What can growers do to mitigate flood damage to their plants?
OK folks we need one final prayer push for power! We expect to have power at the Lakeland site either this afternoon or tomorrow. The Lakeland office will resume...
Under normal circumstances, you would have read this a few days ago, but a feisty lady named Irma blew into town! While she has changed the landscape and taken many of us back to Little House on...
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln's turfgrass science department is studying an interesting case of turfgrass chlorosis.
Increasing fruit production doesn't always involve some high-tech method. Sometimes it's the simple solutions that can make the difference.
In an industry with so many variables, where the expectation is perfection, having a process usually means better results.