Chrysal LeafShine & Seal Aims to Keep Lavender Beautiful Longer in the Shop

June 28, 2019 Chrysal

Most growers and traders encounter the problem that plants don’t survive their time in the shop because of dehydration. A plant like lavender needs lots of water, but because of a small water supply or sub-optimal care these wonderful plants start to droop and wither.

Selecta One Announces New Trixi Catalog 2019/2020

June 28, 2019 Selecta One

Why decide on one variety, when you can have three in one? With our Trixi® you get three varieties in only one young plant!The result is a high-quality and colourful product in a perfect colour mixture – right from the beginning! All combinations are ideal for pot production.
Trixi® means easy going for everyone! Our tried-and-tested mixes can be cultivated quickly and successfully and provide an excellent product, which fascinates the retail and the consumers.

Michigan Floral Foundation Announces Senator Debbie Stabenow as 2019 Hall of Fame Inductee

The Michigan Floral Foundation enjoys the distinct honor of announcing U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow as our 2019 Hall of Fame inductee. While it is true that all previous inductees have been floral industry veterans, Senator Stabenow will be the first honoree from outside our industry because of her relentless commitment to the legislation, governance, and principles that benefit every segment and level of the agricultural and floral community.

Identifying Top Dairy Food Trends that can Impact the Growth of Companies in 2019

June 28, 2019 SpendEdge

Companies in the dairy industry are witnessing a number of opportunities and challenges at different levels. The rising popularity of plant-based dairy alternatives and low sugar foods is compelling them to launch food products that can keep pace with changing customer demands while increasing profitability. Therefore, it becomes imperative for companies to analyze dairy food trends that can impact the market.

State says Maine Milk Passes Tests for ‘Forever Chemicals’

A state agriculture official said Wednesday that initial tests of Maine milk for the presence of “forever chemicals” showed “excellent” results, with all the samples testing below the state’s reporting limit for the substances that are causing health concerns nationwide.