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December 10, 2014


New study finds neonicotinoids are top-rated products for controlling pests on ornamentals (Greenhouse Grower)


October 29, 2014


How to get the digital generation into the garden: Garden Media’s guide to marketing to Millennials (Greenhouse Grower)


October 15, 2014


Whole Foods to rate its produce and flowers for environmental impact (The New York Times)


September 13, 2014


Hope for impatiens (Cornell Mushroom Blog)


August 13, 2014


What Bell Nursery learned from growing without neonicotinoids this spring (Greenhouse Grower)


July 14, 2014


Union Fleurs article on the "challenges of globalization for the floriculture industry" featured in the CIOPORA Chronicle 2014


June 17, 2014


Going beyond impatiens for the shade


June 2, 2014


Your personal guide to GreenTech by HortiBiz


May 21, 2014


More focus needed on plant breeding in the United Kingdom, says breeders' agent (Horticulture Week)


May 12, 2014


Sakata goes big on social media (Greenhouse Grower)


May 2, 2014


Students at the University Of California, Davis are eager to learn about flowers, and to buy them (Greenhouse Grower)


April 11, 2014


Begonia seeds survive Titanic to sail into yards (The Detroit News)


March 31, 2014


Flowers yield unexpected beauty between classes on Texas A&M campus


March 19, 2014


Suntory Flowers premiers plant explorer film series with adventure, danger and discovery - Four Hollywood style films honor flower breeders worldwide


March 9, 2014


Indian flower seeds better than that of China, say Holland-based importers (Hindustan Times)


January 29, 2014


Plant breeder Joseph Tychonievich: Rock gardening will be the next big gardening trend (Greenhouse Grower)


January 8, 2014


Plant Breeder Jason Jandrew: multifunctional plants are the future (Greenhouse Grower)


January 2, 2014


Roses are red -- why some petunias are blue


December 11, 2013


Today’s breeders on tomorrow’s plants (Greenhouse Grower)


August 7, 2013


Genetically engineered ornamental plants: regulatory hurdles to commercialization


August 6, 2013


ISB News Report, August 2013


August 5, 2013


Indian Institute of Horticultural Research develops low cost, high yield hybrids (The New Indian Express)


June 29, 2013


The geranium, reborn (The Washington Post / KDH News)


June 13, 2013


The geranium, reborn: breeders working on creating new class of flowers some call ugly (Tri-City Herald)


May 15, 2013


United Kingdom - 'Urgent action needed to rescue horticulture' (HortiBiz)


May 8, 2013


Aiming to be the world's leading seed company (HortiBiz)


Blühende Kunstwerke als kleines Dankeschön - Zierpflanzenzüchtung sorgt für bunte Vielfalt am Muttertag


April 24, 2013


USA - 2013 is the Year of the Wildflower


April 9, 2013


California Spring Trials 2013: Allan Armitage says it's time to get serious about biocontrols (Greenhouse Grower)


March 12, 2013


Sakata Seed Corporation celebrates 100 years of service


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