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TAG: greenhouse

Landscape Concepts opens new office, greenhouse in Wisconsin

April 20, 2015By

Landscape Concepts Management (LCM) opened a new office in Mequon, Wis., as well as a second greenhouse in Bristol, Wis. Both locations opened due to client demand. Senior Account Executive Jesse Bozman will be heading the new office, where he will oversee three crews out of the facility. With the company’s second greenhouse, it expects to grow 8,500 perennials for... read more

Nufarm 3336 F and EG fungicides receive label expansions

March 13, 2015By

Nufarm Americas announced new label expansions for its Cleary 3336 F and EG fungicides. The 3336 fungicides now are available in a low-dust extruded granule formulation (EG) as well as a flowable formulation (F). According to the company, the 3336 provides arborists, lawn care operators (LCOs) and greenhouse growers with the power of thiophanate-methyl for spray or drench control of... read more

MNLA rebrands with greenhouse hook

February 13, 2015By

The Maryland Nursery & Landscape Association (MNLA) rebranded to the Maryland Nursery, Landscape, & Greenhouse Association (MNLGA). The change, which members approved at the association’s annual meeting in January, comes as a result of the planned dissolution of the former Maryland Greenhouse Growers Association and the invitation for those members to join the existing and renamed association. MNLGA will introduce... read more

FMC appoints Allan Dufoe to key account manager

March 7, 2014By

FMC Corp. named Allan Dufoe key account manager for its turf and ornamental (T&O) division, primary for the nursery and greenhouse market. Dufoe will provide support for select key accounts as well as serve and grow FMC’s presence in the nursery/greenhouse industry. Formerly, Dufoe was a market specialist for FMC, covering the T&O market for the Mid-Atlantic region. “Allan has a keen... read more

AmericanHort debuts

January 14, 2014By

AmericanHort, the Green Industry’s new trade association, formally began Jan. 1, following the closing of the consolidation of the American Nursery & Landscape Association (ANLA) and OFA–The Association of Horticulture Professionals Dec. 31. The more than two-year effort to bring the groups together was initiated by the volunteer leadership of the legacy organizations. OFA and ANLA members have been automatically... read more