Wholesale growers share their experiences with jumping into direct-to-consumer sales after making practical decisions to align their supply chains. April’s issue also holds the first of a two-part series on white blooming plants. Researchers also study using ultraviolet light to control powdery mildew in a greenhouse setting.
In this issue:
- Visions of white: A series on white blooming plants. These perennials, groundcovers, bulbs, vines, edibles and Hydrangeas brighten up landscapes.
- Mastering the merge: Oregon nurseries share the pros, cons and issues of integrating wholesale and retail into their overall business operation.
- Lending our future a hand: President’s message by Jim Simnitt
- Up, down and all around: What I’m Hearing by Mike Darcy
- Rationality is our friend: Directors Desk by Jeff Stone
Growing Knowledge an ongoing series provided by Oregon State University in collaboration with the USDA and in partnership with OAN.
- Seeing the light on powdery mildew: Scientists test the efficacy of using ultraviolet spectral lights to protect greenhouse tomatoes.
Please send your comments on the issue to editor Curt Kipp at email@example.com.