Growers share their favorite selections of small trees, conifers and weepers that consumers are looking for, but are still feasible to produce in wholesale quantities. Also in this issue, Amanda Staehely of Columbia Nursery talks about being a member of OAN leadership, and researchers provide a helpful guide for managing pests causing irrigation drip tape problems. Plus, preview the new plant varieties coming to the Farwest Show with the New Varieties Showcase special insert.
In this issue:
- Satisfying in small spaces: Trees, conifers and weepers that fit the bill with beauty, versatility and easy maintenance
- Farwest Show New Varieties Showcase: Preview the new plant varieties coming to the Farwest Show.
- Meet the Leader: Amanda Staehely: Growing plants has been a part of Amanda’s work and home life for as long as she can remember, and she enjoys volunteering for the OAN.
- OAN goes to Washington: President’s Message by Mike Hiller
- Lessons from a rebrand: Pivot Points by Ian Doescher
- The technology race: 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.
- Solving irrigation drip tape damage: Managing the pests that are causing irrigation drip
Download a PDF of the full issue: July 2019
Please send your comments on the issue to editor Curt Kipp at email@example.com.