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  • Thetford, Mack; Davies, Fred; Wilson, Sandra (The University of Florida, 2002
      Mack Thetford and Fred Davies discuss the current understanding of the best practices that are required for propagating woody cuttings. Current knowledge and industry needs are covered.
  • Griffiths, George; Wilson, Sandra (IFAS/UF, 2002
      George Griffiths gives tour and background of Hatchett Creek Farms. A rooted cutting propagation greenhoue business that sells over 5 million rooted cuttings per year.
  • Giacomelli, Gene; Wilson, Sandra (IFAS/UF, 2002
      Dr. Giacomelli and Dr. Wilson visit Knox nursery and discuss the advantages and innovation of the greenhouse range.
  • Knox, Marty; Wilson, Sandra (IFAS/UF, 2002
      An overview of Knox Nursery in Winter Garden, FL. The talk is given by Marty Knox. The nursery was started by his parents in their backyard in 1962. It has grown to be one of the largest nurseries in the U.S. He explains how they provide optimum climate control for plants.
  • Klinger, PJ; Wilson, Sandra (IFAS/UF, 2002
      PJ Klinger reviews the facilities, history, and plant propagation procedures at Lake Brantley Plant Corporation. He is on location at the company's facility in Longwood, FL where they have about 7 acres of greenhouse production. Lake Brantley has several large facilities located throughout Florida.
  • Griffith, George; Schoellhorn, Rick; Wilson, Sandra (IFAS/UF, 2002
      Dr. Schoellhorn and George Griffith discuss the challenges that greenhouse growers sometimes face in producing uniform plant stock.
  • Giacomelli, Gene; Wilson, Sandra (IFAS/UF, 2002
      Dr. Gene Giacomelli, Director and Professor of the Controlled Environment Agriculture Center at The University of Arizona gives a lecture on the role of greenhouses in modifying the plant environment. (PART I)
  • Giacomelli, Gene; Wilson, Sandra (IFAS/UF, 2002
      Dr. Gene Giacomelli, Director and Professor of the Controlled Environment Agriculture Center at The University of Arizona gives a lecture on the role of greenhouses in modifying the plant environment. (PART II)
  • Tignor, Milton (2004-08-11
      Tomatoes are packaged for the fresh market in a variety of container styles. Various packages may be demanded by retail outlet chains. These tomaotes were produced hydroponically in a desert climate by a large multinational corporation. Interestingly, no synthetic pesticides are used at this operation which has 140 acres under glass.
  • Tignor, Milton (2004-08-11
      Roll up sides can serve as an inexpensive form of ventilation and cooling for certain climates.
  • Tignor, Milton (2004-08-11
      Tim and Janet Taylor left their positions as an attorney and teacher over 20 years ago to do something different. They both wanted to do something with the land and their hands. Although it wasn't always easy, they managed to turn hardwork and persistence into a successful, sustainable, and profitable business.
  • Tignor, Milton (2004-08-11
      Lettuce seedling production mid summer in inexpensive poly hoop house with roll-up sides used for ventilation.
  • McMahon, Margaret (2004-10-13
      Blue and yellow sticky cards in mums
  • McMahon, Margaret (2004-10-13
      Bedding plants on ground with hanging baskets over head (shows how space is utitilized efficiently). Also shows HAF’s
  • McMahon, Margaret (2004-10-13
      Begonia leaf cuttings
  • McMahon, Margaret (2004-10-13
      Irregular development of begonia plantlets from leaf cuttings
  • McMahon, Margaret (2004-10-13
      Shipping problems with non-uniform cutting production
  • McMahon, Margaret (2004-10-13
      Uniform cutting development
  • McMahon, Margaret (2004-10-13
      Begonia leaf cuttings
  • McMahon, Margaret (2004-10-13
      Begonia cuttings propagated under a poly covering (closeup)

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