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Ornamental Production Newsletter


Jul 11, 2012 12:52 pm | (Ornamental Hort. Agent)

We have all heard the adage, "To measure is to know."  How are you doing as a business?  How are you doing compared to your peers?  What is your return on all the hard work you are doing?  Is it worth it?  Are you losing or making money year over year?  Is this money better off in another type of  investment other than growing plants. You can't answer these questions unless you take a little bit

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Jul 11, 2012 10:05 am | (Ornamental Hort. Agent)

It was exciting to find out in my travels to the Gulf Coast Research and Education Center in Balm that they have posted an employment opportunity seeking an assistant professor of environmental horticulture.  The GCREC will be seeking a candidate to pursue research and extension activities in environmental horticulture, particularly commercial production, evaluation, and management of plants for

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