e-GRO launches an in-house nutritional monitoring app that provides optimal substrate pH and EC levels of greenhouse, floriculture and vegetable crops.
Be prepared this spring with corrective procedures for the battle against high or low substrate pH or electrical conductivity (EC).
e-GRO, a collaborative team of university floriculture specialists and educators, launches a nutritional monitoring website for greenhouse, floriculture and vegetable crops.
Learn to more effectively manage insects, diseases, nematodes and other issues found in field-grown nursery crops and Christmas trees.
Michigan State University Extension offers farmers data to consider from field research trials. Here’s some background on understanding the statistical analysis or treatment response side of the data.
Landscapers, nursery owners and gardeners can receive financial assistance for creating or improving monarch butterfly habitat.
The symptoms of nutrient deficiencies and toxicities are often confused with other issues. To learn more, attend a session for greenhouse and nursery growers in Grand Rapids on Jan. 24, 2018.
Seven events during the early spring focus on plant nutrition, marketing, sustainable nursery crop production, worker protection standards and solar power.
Michigan State University Extension’s 2018 winter meetings offer updates on pest and crop management, as well necessary information on new regulations.