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Ohio greenhouse becoming a lettuce leader in the Midwest

In 2011, friends Tim Ryan and John Bonner built a 300-square-foot greenhouse in Burton, Ohio, with the goal to become a local, clean, year-round provider of living lettuces and herbs. The result was Great Lakes Growers,... more »

Growers Supply to host CEA workshop

Growers Supply will be hosting its next CEA Hands-On Workshop April 27-29 at the company’s CEA Learning Center East in South Windsor, Connecticut. The April CEA Hands-on Workshop offers attendees a three-day schedule in which Growers... more »

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