nurseryman

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nurseryman

a person who owns or works in a nursery in which plants are grown
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In a bid to boost demand, Hargreaves has signed a marketing agreement with Oregon nurserymen and grower Fall Creek--the largest blueberry company in the world--to launch three new Michigan varieties, Liberty, Aurora and Draper, into Europe.
In addition to the tour, Mitch Peele with the North Carolina Farm Bureau Federation Public Policy group, and Ron Galvin, executive vice president of the North Carolina Association of Nurserymen, gave presentations on how the ornamental industry has a significant economic impact on the state's economy.
Meanwhile the greenhouse nurserymen lift the virus-free sweet potato tubers and sell them early when prices are good, at a time when neighbours are growing for 'stomach-fill' for their families.
Others from many of the mountainous areas of the world will also be represented and specialist nurserymen will have a similar selection of plants for sale.
And, said Dan Franklin, Atlanta, this trend requires greater coordination between pool builders, landscape architects and nurserymen.
We have plenty of space and we have managed to work with nurserymen to ensure really interesting plants at extremely competitive prices," she said.
The nurserymen present lodged a strong protest against the bill, which applies to them only.
AIT'S worth talking to nurserymen and growers at flower shows.
In Florida, Burner & Company has won awards from the Florida Trust for Historic Preservation and Florida Nurserymen & Growers Association, to name just a few.
As suburban living spreads, the future for landscape nurserymen looks bright.
The attendance exceeded expectations and all the nurserymen who attended were delighted.
Since exchanges work well with commodity items that vary in terms of availability, it is an appropriate pricing mechanism for nurserymen needing to move excess perishable products.