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Sunday, June 25, 2017 Vol. 81 No. 2


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18 |Media Kit 2017


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June 2017 Issue

Features
Go High or Go Low? | Josh Henry & Brian Whipker
Insufficient phosphorus levels may be the culprit behind some of your plant problems.

Motivating the Next Growers | Jennifer Zurko
This year, we asked the three finalists for our GrowerTalks/Dümmen Orange Young Grower Award how they would attract potential employees from Generation Z and inspire them to love this industry as much as they do.



Culture Notes
Successful Biocontrol in Poinsettias | Ronald Valentin
Basic steps to make a pest management program that’s based on using BCAs successful for poinsettias.



Columns
Apprenticeships | Albert Grimm
Traditional apprenticeships don’t end with graduates that are filled with cookbook knowledge.

In a Greenhouse, Not So Far Away | Jennifer Zurko
Dealing with labor shortages and the demand to grow more using less creates the perfect environment for new technology and innovation.




Under an Acre

When owner of Holy City Farms, Shawn Ransford, delved into the industry, he immediately saw the volume of data that not only needed to be tracked, but evaluated.

Growers Talk Business

Embarking on most any mission can generally be easier if we plan and work with, not against, people and organizations that may have differing viewpoints.
Acres & Acres

Challenges and ideas that are currently on the minds of growers and retailers.

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