GMPro is a leading trade journal for the greenhouse industry. It is designed for greenhouse managers. Contact: GMPro
Fort Worth, TX 76101
817-882-4121 FAX 800-433-5612 www. GreenBeam. com
The Growing Edge is a bimonthly magazine that focuses on hydroponics and high-tech gardening from an ecological angle. The emphasis is on greenhouses, hydroponics, artificial lighting, drip irrigation, and other protected culture methods. Special issues have featured articles on bioponics and organic soilless culture. Back issues are available. Contact: The Growing Edge New Moon Publishing 341 SW 2nd Street Corvallis, OR 97333 800-888-6785 www.growingedge. com/ $26.95/year
Sample article: Creaser, Gordon. 2002. Antigua Fresh hydroponics. The Growing Edge. July-August. p. 45-47.
Growing for Market, a newsletter for small producers of vegetables, herbs, and flowers, provides up-to-date marketing information. Geared to small-scale operations and focused on sustainable production techniques. Available for $27/year from: Growing for Market P.O. Box 3747 Lawrence, KS 66046 800-307-8949 www.growingformarket. com
Fruit & Veg Tech, an Elsevier Intn'l quarterly publication, provides details on what new technologies the worldwide greenhouse industry is adopting. High-tech greenhouse production in other countries is a major source of competition for U.S. greenhouse growers. A related publication is FlowerTech. See www.HortiWorld. nl. Subscriptions are $54 U.S./yr. (4 issues); subscribe through Web site with a credit card, or by mail.
HortScience is published seven times a year by the American Society for Horticultural Science and is available at any land-grant university library system.
Institutional/non-member subscriptions are $400/yr. 113 South West Street, Ste. 200 Alexandria, VA 22314-2851 703-836-4606 703-836-2024 FAX [email protected]
Sample article: Russo, V.M. 2005. Organic vegetable transplant production. HortScience. Vol. 40, No. 3. p. 623-628.
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