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Floral Notes 2017 Vol. 29:5
In This Issue:

Management of Diseases on Edibles in the Greenhouse

  • Save Fuel and Electricity with and Energy/Shade Screen
  • Transplant Disorders
  • Transplant Height and Hardening-off
  • Pinching and Cutting Back Plants for Height Control
Floral Notes 2017 Vol. 29:4
In This Issue:
  • Take-Home Biocontrol Messages for the Northeast Greenhouse Conference
  • Soil Testing and Plant Diagnostic Laboratories
  • Conserve Energy to Reduce Heating Costs This Winter
Floral Notes 2016 Vol. 29:3
In This Issue:
  • Highlights from Trial Garden Tour
  • Storing Pesticides in the Winter
  • 2017 Easter Lily Crop
Floral Notes 2016 Vol. 29:2
In This Issue:
  • Cultural Methods to Prevent Production and Disease Problems of Poinsettia
  • Tips on Storing and Using Beneficial Nematodes
  • Soil Testing in High Tunnels
Floral Notes 2016 Vol. 29:1
In This Issue:
  • Budworms on Petunias, Calibrachoas and Geraniums
  • Sunflower Moths on Composites
  • Keynote Presentation: Connecting People with Flowers (to be held at Northeast Greenhouse Conf. in Nov.)
  • Plant Response to Nature's Source and Eco-Vita Organic Fertilizers vs. Plantex Chemical Fertilizer
  • Disease Control with Products that Elicit Plant Defenses
Floral Notes 2016 Vol. 28:6
In This Issue:
  • New Fungicide Products for Greenhouse Ornamental Production
  • Take Steps to Prevent and Control Botrytis in Greenhouse Crops
  • Retail Care: Watering, Cleaning, Fertilizing
  • Garden Mums- Early Season
  • Silicon for Greenhouse Floriculture Crops?
Floral Notes 2016 Vol. 28:5
In This Issue:
  • What a Greenhouse Grower Needs to Know About Vegetable Diseases
  • Top Native Perennials for Pollinator Gardens
Floral Notes 2016 Vol. 28:4
In This Issue:
  • Reducing Humidity in the Greenhouse
  • Photoperiod Lighting to Create Long Days
Floral Notes 2015 Vol. 28:3
In This Issue:
  • Upcoming Program: Biological Control in Greenhouses - Success is in the Details
  • Bagged Potting and Garden Soils
  • Winter Storage of Pesticides
Floral Notes 2015 Vol. 28:2
In This Issue:
  • Nov 10, Program Registration: Growing Spring Crops in Greenhouses - Get Ready for Spring 2016!
  • Organic Nutrition Project for Vegetable Transplants and Herbs
  • September Greenhouse Cleaning and Biocontrol
Floral Notes 2015 Vol. 28:1
In This Issue:
  • Combining Organic Fertilizers Reduces the Risk of Leaf Chlorosis Caused by Ammonium Toxicity
  • Take-Away Tips from Biological Control Conference
  • Fertilizing Flower Gardens and Avoid Too Much Phosphorus
Floral Notes 2015 Vol. 27:6
In This Issue:
  • Biological Control Program on June 18, 2015
  • Shade for Summer Cooling
  • Greenhouse Grower's Guide to Testing Irrigation Water for Water-borne Pathogens
  • Powdery Mildew
  • Young Biological Horticulturists Supply Banker Plants
Floral Notes 2015 Vol. 27:5
In This Issue:
  • Controlling Aphids
  • Managing Downy Mildew of Basil in 2015
  • Using PGRs for Height Control of Spring Crops
  • Greenhouse APPs for Mobile Devices
Floral Notes 2015 Vol. 27:4
In This Issue:
  • FAQ's Selling Plants at a Farmers Market
  • Scheduling Biologicals
  • Program Announcements
Floral Notes 2014 Vol. 27:3
In This Issue:

Plant Nutrition and Organic Certification for Greenhouse Crops
New Insecticides, Miticides and Herbicides for Greenhouse Ornamentals
Properly Inflate Your Double-Poly Greenhouse to Save Energy and Improve Light Transmission
Getting Started Using Biological Control in Greenhouses- Selecting a Supplier of Biological Control Agents
Preventing Rodent Damage in the Greenhouse

Floral Notes 2014 Vol. 27:2
In This Issue:

Program announcements
New England Greenhouse Floriculture Guide Ordering Info
Greenhouse Cleanup
Cleaning Containers
Thoughts on Using Organic Fertilizers for Greenhouse plants
Greenhouse Heat Distribution
Summary of Presentations from Summer Conference and Trade Show

Floral Notes 2014 Vol. 27:1
In This Issue:

Neonicotinoids
Native Pollinators and Greenhouse Production
Can Raising the Level (ppm N) of Liquid Organic Fertilizers Optimize Plant Growth Relative to Chemical Water-soluble Fertilizer
Spray Coverage is Key for Effective Treatment Results in Greenhouse

Floral Notes 2014 Vol. 26:6
In This Issue:

Ammonium Toxicity as a Cause of Foliar Chlorosis on Geranium
Natural Ventilation in Hoophouses
What are Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs)

Floral Notes 2014 Vol. 26:5
In This Issue:

Seed Butying 101: A Seed Gardener's Glossary
Add Greenhouse Vegetable to Your Production Mix
2014 Perennial Plant of the Year
Natural Ventilation in Greenhouses

Floral Notes 2014 Vol. 26:4
In This Issue:

Tips for Producing Transplants from Seed
Reduce Pesticides with Simple Steps to Go Organic
Nutrient Status of Leaf Chlorosis of Seed Geraniums Grown with Organic Fertilizers

Floral Notes 2013 Vol. 26:3
In This Issue:

Stockbridge School Internship Program
Reducing Storm Damage to Your Greenhouses
Managing Nutrient Problems of Greenhouse Crops
Rearing Beneficial Nematodes: Do-it-yourself Guide

Floral Notes 2013 Vol. 26:2
In This Issue:

The Ins and Outs of Biological Control program
Stockbridge School of Agriculture Update
Plastic Film Update
Selecting the Right Growing Media for Your Crops
Disease and Pest Management in the Landscape Seminar

Floral Notes 2013 Vol. 26:1
In This Issue:

Geoffrey Njue joins UMass Extension
Update on Biocontrol on Poinsettias
UMass Soil and Tissue Testing, Response of 'First Lady' Marigolds to Plant Extract Fertilizers, Granular Organic Fertilizers, and Biochar
Clean-up of Two-spotted Spider Mites

Floral Notes 2013 Vol. 25:6
In This Issue:

Response of 'Ringo 2000' Seed Geranium to Plant Extract and Granular Organic Fertilizers
UMass Soil and Tissue Testing

Floral Notes 2013 Vol. 25:5
In This Issue:

Managing Two-spotted Spider Mites
Polygonatium odoratum 'Variegatum'
Impatiens Downy Mildew Isn't the Only Downy Mildew You Need To Worry About!
UMass Extension Plant Diagnostic Lab
Botrytis (Gray Mold)

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