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Environmental Horticulture is an important and diverse industry in New Hampshire. It is made up of over 800 businesses who produce, sell, install and care for landscape plants (trees, shrubs and perennials) greenhouse crops/flowers, and turfgrass. The value of this "Green Industry" exceeds $522 million each year in sales of products and services.


On March 30 and 31, 2023, landscaping professionals, watershed organization members, and community leaders responsible for managing land and water res... Learn More
What do you do when you encounter a plant problem such as disease or abnormal growth in the landscape? You or a client may find a problem occurring w... Learn More
National Pollinator Week is recognized every June
Pollinator Week 2023 is recognized June 19-25, 2023. There are many ways you can help pollinators in your garden. Learn More


This guide is intended as a comprehensive resource for both novice and experienced strawberry growers in northeastern North America. It provides infor... Learn More
With a volatility of the feed market, more producers are looking to reduce feed costs without compromising production. One avenue is to grow more feed... Learn More
Hydroponics is the production of plants using water instead of soil to deliver the nutrients essential to plant growth. As hydroponics becomes more c... Learn More
Two major considerations for production of plants in containers, pots, flats, etc. are the potting soil and fertilizer to be used. This fact sheet wi... Learn More
Reports from field monitoring data in New Hampshire. Learn More
Resources for food safety training for produce growers, including training videos, training records, employee health and hygiene SOPs and handwashing ... Learn More