Retailers in the affected areas discuss preparations, recovery and hardships in the face of the two major storms.
How researchers and plant breeders distinguish them, and what it means for your garden center.
The 11th annual edition of the trade show took place at Chicago’s Navy Pier Aug. 15-17.
Defining drought tolerance and resistance clearly to customers is essential for gardening success.
ARS scientists found that methyl benzoate kills several insect pests.
Professor Dr. Tim Rhodus explains what it took to implement the new technology into OSU’s plant trialing program.
Recent graduate Jesse Lafian’s device is a tensiometer, which measures soil water tension.
When a drought hit Connecticut, contractors looked to traditionally drought-stricken areas for solutions to the problem.
Jennifer Kerns explains how a modest budget shouldn’t limit a garden center’s capacity to expand brand awareness.
Products, trends and more spotted at the September garden and lawn trade show in Cologne, Germany.