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Congratulations to all of the recipients of the 2017 Horticultural Industries Leadership Awards: Mike Gooder of Plantpeddler Inc., Mark Foertmeyer of Foertmeyer & Sons Greenhouse, Gary Hennen of Oglesby Plants International Inc, Tom Demaline of Willoway Nurseries, Inc., Terry Hines of Hale and Hines Nursery and Skeetter McCorkle of McCorkle Nurseries.

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Cannabis Business Times has announced its second annual Cannabis 2018: Cultivation Conference, March 12-14.

Cannabis Business Times' second annual conference is developed by cultivators, for cultivators.

Check out our new podcast!

The GIE Media Horticulture Group is proud to present The Hort Report, a new podcast series produced in collaboration between Garden Center magazine, Greenhouse Management magazine and Nursery Management magazine.

The new podcast by GIE Media’s Horticulture Group brings growers and retailers the latest news and commentary from the horticulture industry.

On our July cover: Sisters Christa Steenwyk and Karin Walters of Walters Gardens share their passion for horticulture and how to keep Millennials involved in the industry.

Two young professionals share their thoughts on how to keep the next generation engaged in the horticulture industry.
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Check out the newly released jobs numbers from last month.

Over the same period, unemployment rose by .1 to 4.4 percent.

From National Garden Bureau:

For the bulb crop, 2018 will be the Year of the Tulip.
For annuals, 2018 will be the Year of the Calibrachoa.
For vegetables/edibles, 2018 will be the Year of the Beet. ...
For perennials, 2018 will be the Year of the Coreopsis.

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The National Garden Bureau Board of Directors selects crops that are easy to grow and genetically diverse.

Golden State Bulb Growers has sold its Callafornia Callas, AmeriHybrid Scentiment Begonia, Aloha Lily Eucomis, Caribbean Jewels Scilla and Callafornia Diva Aethiopica product lines to Dümmen Orange.

Golden State will continue to supply the market through September 2018. Product lines include Callafornia Callas, AmeriHybrid Scentiment Begonia and Aloha Lily Eucomis.

Dr. Allan Armitage discusses the names behind various plants that he features in his new book, "Of Naked Ladies and Forget-Me-Nots: The Stories Behind The Common Names of Some of Our Favorite Plants."

Dr. Allan Armitage, writer, speaker, educator and author, discusses his new book - "Of Naked Ladies and Forget-Me-Nots: The Stories Behind The Common Names of Some of Our Favorite Plants." The book can be found at

Brie Arthur and Jim Monroe will be speaking Aug. 23 at Farwest Show: National Nursery & Greenhouse Trade Show.

The two speakers will cover sustainability and potential for garden retail in today’s local food movement.

CropKing, Inc's new hires – Zack Foust, John Guenther and Matthew Kispert – bring diverse backgrounds and a wide range of skills to the company. #hydroponicshowto

CropKing's most recent hires pull from their specific horticulture experiences in their new roles.

From Greenhouse Management, we wish you a very happy and safe 4th of July!

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FlowerTrials 2017 took place from June 13-16 in the Westland and Aalsmeer regions in the Netherlands, and Rheinland Westfalen region in Germany.

The plant breeding tour of Germany and the Netherlands reported 7,135 registered visitors from 67 countries.

“There’s so much interest in determining the effects of artificial lighting. This technology could be seen as a platform to help on the ornamental side,” says Dr. Murat Kacira, a The University of Arizona professor of agricultural and biosystems engineering.

Through new partnerships and technologies, the University of Arizona’s Controlled Environment Agriculture Center aims to educate and innovate.

Current employees who have already completed an I-9 upon hire do not need recomplete the new Form I-9. It is only for employees hired on or after January 22, 2017.

New form I-9 and higher immigration penalties raise stakes for employers.