horticulture

Retirement won’t curb Flore’s knowledge sharing

Michigan State University (MSU) horticulture professor Jim Flore is retiring this year, but not before reminding growers of the progress he has observed in the industry during a 40-year career. Flore was honored in 2015... more »

Sales from U.S. horticulture operations up 18 percent in five years

USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) has released the 2014 Census of Horticultural Specialties report, which shows that horticulture operations sold a total of $13.8 billion in floriculture, nursery and specialty crops in 2014, up... more »

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