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4 Strategies for Overcoming Greenhouse Labor Challenges

The greenhouse labor shortage is affecting businesses across the industry. Companies are under more pressure than ever to discover how to make their labor dollars stretch the furthest, and how to attract and retain the right workers. Let’s discuss 4 strategies you can implement in your commercial greenhouse to start solving the greenhouse labor challenge […]

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4 Tips for Effective Commercial Greenhouse Management

In the high-stakes environment of a commercial greenhouse, finding areas to reduce expenditures and improve production efficiency is a difficult task. Here are four tips to employ in your commercial greenhouse management strategy to help your business run its operations more effectively, saving the business time and money on energy, labor, and materials. #1 Grow […]

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What is Greenhouse Management?

Commercial greenhouses are a national industry which employs hundreds of thousands of people and supplies our country with millions of food items, plants, and flowers every year. When it’s your responsibility to care for a variety of plants and flowers, you’re probably always looking for ways to do it more efficiently — how to manage […]

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6 Greenhouse Technologies Addressing Production Inefficiencies

When it comes to effective greenhouse management, production inefficiencies are one of the biggest obstructions to profitability. Plants are inherently difficult to mass-produce as they tend to grow on different schedules, and the industry’s continuing labor shortage only magnifies many of the production struggles greenhouses face every season.  Though there is a range of challenges […]

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5 Tips for Commercial Greenhouse Management

When it comes to commercial greenhouse management, labor and energy consumption are two of your largest overhead costs. While crop crises like a crop failure or poor yield due to pests or disease can also significantly cut into operating costs, they are often prevented with quality greenhouse management, watchful crop monitoring, and the strict maintenance […]

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