As nursery people, our livelihoods depend on caring for and protecting our resources, both natural and human.
Drought spouts new opportunities
California’s water restrictions could have a positive impact on Oregon’s green industry.
A dogged approach to dogwoods
Years of research have yielded hardier, more decorative Cornus hybrids
The quality control journey
From propagation to pulling orders, and every step in between, growers have many opportunities to impact plant quality.
Get the scoop on the February 2015 issue of Digger magazine.
The greening of turfgrass
OSU’s Turf Program looks for ways to improve the environmental and economic sustainability of turfgrass management.
Your voice matters
As state legislatures and the U.S. Congress begin to find their footing in the new year, the push and pull of the political process has begun. I have stated more than once in my time writing the director’s column that democracy is a participation sport. It is true. My former boss, U.S. Sen. Bob Packwood, […]