corona-sub-header-4.jpg

Season After Season

Welcome to the Corona Blog!

Benefits of Off Season Cover Crops

Posted by Chris Sabbarese on Mon, Oct, 12, 2015 @ 12:10 PM

For many gardeners, fall and winter months at the end of the gardening seasons. However the Rodale Institute has outlined the benefits of planting off season cover crops to help maintain gardens throughout the year.  From taking advantage of bugs natural cycles to keeping weeds and other wild life from reclaiming your garden, cover crops are a great way to control pests and diseases.  Join us on this information packed topic on the next #plantchat!  

You're Invited to Tweet 

Join @CoronaTools and #plantchat co-partner, Aaron Kinsman of Rodale Institute tweeting as @RodaleInstitute hosts the Benefits of Cover Crops.  The live chat begins Monday, October 12, 2015 at 11 a.m. PST / 2 p.m. EST, were we come together with green industry experts and fellow horticultural tweeps each week to discuss all things related to plants and horticulture, since 2014.

Discussion Overview  

The discussion highlights include:

  • Protect crops by interplanting with herbs, flowers, or even other crops
  • Take advantage of bugs’ natural cycles so that crops grow when the bugs are not around
  • Select resistant varieties
  • Keep weeds and wildlife from reclaiming the garden
  • Using biological controls – without toxic chemicals

Join the Conversation

Plantchat logo on Corona Tools

Don’t miss out on this exciting topic and join the conversation via Twitter. Just sign into #plantchat with your Twitter ID and you can follow the conversation and share with the community. Be sure to add the hashtag to all your tweets or join us in the plantchat room on Tweetchat.  They will automatically add it for you and it's easy to watch the conversation as it happens!

If you do miss the live event, you can still access the Storify recap, accessible 24/7 that will be posted following the live chat. The transcript includes all the information and links shared during the discussion. 

About Plantchat

Connect and share with the green industry leaders live on Twitter and 24/7 to learn and share about hot topics in the green industry. Now #plantchat is part of the Green Industry Leaders Network (GILN) presented by Corona and its partners.  We are an alliance of professional organizations who are advancing the horticulture, tree care, and landscaping industries. 

photos courtesy of Rodale Institute

Topics: Corona Tools, Rodale Institute

What's the Buzz About Organic Honey Month

Posted by Chris Sabbarese on Fri, Jul, 10, 2015 @ 19:07 PM

OrganicHoneyRodale Institute has designated July as Organic Honey Month, and is teaming up with Wedderspoon Organic USA  and Corona Tools to share it on the upcoming #plantchat.  

The joint Rodale Institute / Wedderspoon campaign celebrates honeybees and their contribution to the food system as pollinators. It will also raise awareness around the decline in honeybee populations and the threats they face in the form of toxic agricultural chemicals.

How do you use organic honey? Share your favorite organic honey recipes and enter to win a jar of raw, organic honey. Our experts will share tips about OHM, bees, providing safe, organic forage in the home garden, and using honey in many ways. Learn more about Organic Honey Month

A Honey of a Giveaway

rodale-honey-month-JulyIn honor of July National Honey Month, Wedderspon is giving away jars of 100% Raw Fir Honey to 12 lucky winners!

To enter: Take a photo of bees in your garden, bee friendly plants, or any photo of you helping the bees in some way at home!! Tag Wedderspoon Organic USA Facebook Page in the photos, or email them to kelly@wedderspoon.com by July 31. Good Luck! 

Rodale Institute's Aaron Kinsman and  Wedderspoon Organic USA's Publicity/Brand Manager, Kelly Nelson will participate in #plantchat on Twitter to answer questions and provide helpful hints and advice for helping bees and using organic honey. It's another great topic and discussion in store on #plantchat! 

You're Invited to Tweet 

Join @CoronaTools and #plantchat co-partner, Aaron Kinsman of Rodale Institute tweeting as @RodaleInstitute, along with Wedderspoon Organic's Kelly Nelson tweeting as @WedderspoonUSA will be leading the chat, along with the voice of Corona Tools, Chris Sabbarese.  The live chat begins Monday, July 13, 2015 at 11 a.m. PST / 2 p.m. EST, were we come together with green industry experts and fellow horticultural tweeps each week to discuss all things related to plants and horticulture, since 2014.

Discussion Overview  

Here's the buzz during the discussion:

Pollinators are economically important - More than 70 of the 100 crops that provide 90 percent of the world's food are pollinated by bees

Gifts from Bees - There is evidence of documented health benefits of honey and other bee products. Share your recipes and uses for honey. 

Organic is Preferable - There's a world of microbiology in a beehive and when hives are treated with toxins, the microbiology is killed, disrupting the natural balance that keeps beehives running in a healthy way and as a super-organism. 

No Smoking - Organic bees are not managed with smoke, nor with chemicals inside the hive, nor sugar water to increase honey production. 

Current Status and Tips for Home Beekeepers - Currently, there are an estimated 2 million managed hives, and these can be supported by Rodale Institute's Honeybee Conservancy, which promotes healthy beekeeping practices through education and outreach and includes classes in sustainable beekeeping practices, hive hosting on Rodale Institute's organic farm, and support for beginners through the network.

Photos courtesy Rodale Institute. 

Join the Conversation

Plantchat logo on Corona Tools

Don’t miss out on this exciting topic and join the conversation via Twitter. Just sign into #plantchat with your Twitter ID and you can follow the conversation and share with the community. Be sure to add the hashtag to all your tweets or join us in the plantchat room on Tweetchat.  They will automatically add it for you and it's easy to watch the conversation as it happens!

If you do miss the live event, you can still access the Storify recap, accessible 24/7 that will be posted following the live chat. The transcript includes all the information and links shared during the discussion. 

About Plantchat

Connect and share with the green industry leaders live on Twitter and 24/7 to learn and share about hot topics in the green industry. Now #plantchat is part of the Green Industry Leaders Network (GILN) presented by Corona and its partners.  We are an alliance of professional organizations who are advancing the horticulture, tree care, and landscaping industries. 

photos courtesy of Rodale Institute

Topics: Corona Tools, Rodale Institute, Organic Honey Month, Wedderspoon Organic USA

Water Conservation with Rodale Institute

Posted by Chris Sabbarese on Mon, Jun, 15, 2015 @ 12:06 PM

IMG_7156Rodale Institute has a new take on Water Conservation, ranging from rain barrels to green roofs, and even fighting drought with soil biology. 

Rodale Institute's Aaron Kinsman will participate in #plantchat on Twitter to answer questions and provide helpful hints and advice for water saving in gardens new and old. It's another great topic and discussion in store on #plantchat! 

You're Invited to Tweet 

Join @CoronaTools and #plantchat co-partner, Aaron Kinsman of Rodale Institute tweeting as @RodaleInstitute will be leading the chat, along with the voice of Corona Tools, Chris Sabbarese.  The live chat begins Monday, June 15, 2015 at 11 a.m. PST / 2 p.m. EST, were we come together with green industry experts and fellow horticultural tweeps each week to discuss all things related to plants and horticulture, since 2014.

Discussion Overview  

5 Key Takeaways for Water Conservation. Get the scoop on:

1. Rain barrels

2. Green roofs

3. Methods to fight drought

4. Building soil health to hold water

5. Preventing run-off using soil biology 

Join the Conversation

Plantchat logo on Corona Tools

Don’t miss out on this exciting topic and join the conversation via Twitter. Just sign into #plantchat with your Twitter ID and you can follow the conversation and share with the community. Be sure to add the hashtag to all your tweets or join us in the plantchat room on Tweetchat.  They will automatically add it for you and it's easy to watch the conversation as it happens!

If you do miss the live event, you can still access the Storify recap, accessible 24/7 that will be posted following the live chat. The transcript includes all the information and links shared during the discussion. 

About Plantchat

Connect and share with the green industry leaders live on Twitter and 24/7 to learn and share about hot topics in the green industry. Now #plantchat is part of the Green Industry Leaders Network (GILN) presented by Corona and its partners.  We are an alliance of professional organizations who are advancing the horticulture, tree care, and landscaping industries. 

photos courtesy of Rodale Institute

Topics: Corona Tools, #Plantchat, Rodale Institute, Water Conservation

How the Honeybee Decline Threatens Gardens and Food Supplies

Posted by Chris Sabbarese on Thu, Apr, 09, 2015 @ 16:04 PM

RodaleInstitute-honeybees-4-13-2015

Rodale Institute is talking honeybees on the upcoming #plantchat. With the current honeybee crisis, it's timely to look at the role of honeybees and related pollinators in agriculture, horticulture and just plain economics! The list of crops that would fail to be pollinated if there were no bees is a long one; plants with showy flowers are meant to attract pollinators, thus bringing about fertilization and fruit set, and ultimately impacting our own garden's harvest.  

Since beekeepers first sounded the alarm around 2006, and with an estimated one third of vanished colonies, do you think it is time for the U.S. government to step in and do more to protect honeybees? What first had experiences have you had with honeybee decline?  It's another great topic and discussion in store on #plantchat! 

You're Invited to Tweet

Join @CoronaTools and #plantchat co-partner, Aaron Kinsman of Rodale Institute@RodaleInstitute who will host this topic.  The live chat begins Monday, April 13, 2015 at 11 a.m. PST / 2 p.m. EST, were we come together with green industry experts and fellow horticultural tweeps each week to discuss all things related to plants and horticulture, since 2014.

Discussion Overview 

5 Key Discussion Points about Honeybees: 

What do honey bees do for us in our gardens and food supply? 

What is the current state of the honeybee population? 

What is causing the collapse of honeybee colonies? 

Can anything bee done to reverse the trend? 

Honeybee Resources from Rodale Institute

Join the Conversation

Plantchat logo on Corona Tools

Don’t miss out on this exciting topic and join the conversation via Twitter. Just sign into #plantchat with your Twitter ID and you can follow the conversation and share with the community. Be sure to add the hashtag to all your tweets or join us in the plantchat room on Tweetchat.  They will automatically add it for you and it's easy to watch the conversation as it happens!

If you do miss the live event, you can still access the Storify recap, accessible 24/7 that will be posted following the live chat. The transcript includes all the information and links shared during the discussion. 

About Plantchat

Connect and share with the green industry leaders live on Twitter and 24/7 to learn and share about hot topics in the green industry. Now plantchat is part of the Green Industry Leaders Network (GILN) presented by Corona and its partners.  We are an alliance of professional organizations who are advancing the horticulture, tree care, and landscaping industries. 

photos courtesy of Rodale Institute

Topics: Corona Tools, Colony Collapse Disorder, #Plantchat, Rodale Institute, Role of Honeybees

Growing Medicinal Plants in the Garden

Posted by Chris Sabbarese on Sun, Feb, 15, 2015 @ 22:02 PM

RI-MedicinalPlantsWorkshop-2-16-2015Gardening season is revving up, and Rodale Institute suggests a garden of medicinal herbs as a new focus.  A botanical pharmacy in your backyard is accessible, economical and ready at hand. Get a burn? Grab some Aloe vera. Stressed? Breathe fragrant fresh (or dried) lavender. Beset by mosquitoes? Lemon Balm helps confuse them.

Rodale Institute's new Plant Production Specialist will participate in #Plantchat on Twitter to answer questions and provide helpful hints and advice for medicinal herb gardens new and old. It's another great topic and discussion in store on #plantchat! 

You're Invited to Tweet 

Join @CoronaTools and #plantchat co-partner, Aaron Kinsman of Rodale Institute @RodaleInstitute and Maggie Saska, RI's new Plant Production Specialist will be joining the chat as the seed starting expert.  The live chat begins Monday, February 16, 2015 at 11 a.m. PST / 2 p.m. EST, were we come together with green industry experts and fellow horticultural tweeps each week to discuss all things related to plants and horticulture, since 2014.

Discussion Overview  

5 Key Takeaways for Medicinal Herb Gardens: 

If you’re growing a garden for your health, organic is the only way to go.

If you prefer to know where your food comes from, here’s a great way to also control the ingredients in your health and beauty products.

Herbs and botanical products help treat and prevent disease and enhance quality of life.

For thousands of years, people have used herbal medicinal preparations made from their gardens or harvested from the wild.

A medicinal herb garden is far more economical than buying botanical supplements and medicine.

Join the Conversation

Plantchat logo on Corona Tools

Don’t miss out on this exciting topic and join the conversation via Twitter. Just sign into #plantchat with your Twitter ID and you can follow the conversation and share with the community. Be sure to add the hastag to all your tweets or join us in the plantchat room on Tweetchat.  They will automatically add it for you and it's easy to watch the conversation as it happens!

If you do miss the live event, you can still access the Storify recap, accessible 24/7 that will be posted following the live chat. The transcript includes all the information and links shared during the discussion. 

About Plantchat

Connect and share with the green industry leaders live on Twitter and 24/7 to learn and share about hot topics in the green industry. Now plantchat is part of the Green Industry Leaders Network (GILN) presented by Corona and its partners.  We are an alliance of professional organizations who are advancing the horticulture, tree care, and landscaping industries. 

photos courtesy of Rodale Institute

Topics: Corona Tools, #Plantchat, Rodale Institute, Medicinal Plant Herb Garden

Winter Warm-Up with Rodale Institute, Corona Tools

Posted by Chris Sabbarese on Sun, Jan, 11, 2015 @ 09:01 AM

SeedlingsRodale institute has a new event, a sort of Gardening 101 for this time of year, called Winter Warm-Up. While cold weather may keep gardeners house bound, it is the perfect time for planning, purchasing and sowing organic seed inside to get ready for the garden season that will be upon us before too long. Rodale Institute's Seed Starting Expert will participate in #Plantchat on Twitter to answer questions and provide helpful hints and advice for gardens new and old. It's another great topic and discussion in store on #plantchat! 

You're Invited to Tweet 

Join @CoronaTools and #plantchat co-partner, Aaron Kinsman of Rodale Institute @RodaleInstitute and Seed Starting Expert Molly Sweitzer will be joining the chat as the seed starting expert.  The live chat begins Monday, January 12, 2015 at 11 a.m. PST / 2 p.m. EST, were we come together with green industry experts and fellow horticultural tweeps each week to discuss all things related to plants and horticulture, since 2014.

Discussion Overview  

5 Key Takeaways for Winter Warm-Up Gardening 101: 

Why grow from seed?

What varieties are easiest to grow from seed?

What do I need to know about selecting seeds for my garden?

Why buy organic seed?

Where can I find organic seed?

Join the Conversation

Plantchat logo on Corona Tools

Don’t miss out on this exciting topic and join the conversation via Twitter. Just sign into #plantchat with your Twitter ID and you can follow the conversation and share with the community. Be sure to add the hastag to all your tweets or join us in the plantchat room on Tweetchat.  They will automatically add it for you and it's easy to watch the conversation as it happens!

If you do miss the live event, you can still access the Storify recap, accessible 24/7 that will be posted following the live chat. The transcript includes all the information and links shared during the discussion. 

About Plantchat

Connect and share with the green industry leaders live on Twitter and 24/7 to learn and share about hot topics in the green industry. Now plantchat is part of the Green Industry Leaders Network (GILN) presented by Corona and its partners.  We are an alliance of professional organizations who are advancing the horticulture, tree care, and landscaping industries. 

photos courtesy of Rodale Institute

Topics: Corona Tools, #Plantchat, Rodale Institute, Molly Sweitzer, Winter Warm-Up

Seasonal Fluctuations of Compost with Rodale Institute, Corona Tools

Posted by Chris Sabbarese on Mon, Dec, 08, 2014 @ 10:12 AM

RI CompostThermometer 12 8 14 resized 600Everyone is agreed, natural compost is the ideal soil additive for garden and landscape. This time of year, there are piles of leaves on the ground and lots of green plant matter that needs cutting back and cleaning up, providing plenty of raw material for making compost. But winter has just about arrived. As with all biological systems, the rate of decomposition is directly proportional to the temperature, and the composting process slows down as the temperatures drop. Yet, despite everything, Rodale Institute's Compost Production Specialist Rick Carr says, "Compost Happens".  It's another great topic and discussion in store on #plantchat! 

You're Invited to Tweet 

Join @CoronaTools and #plantchat co-partner, Aaron Kinsman of Rodale Institute @RodaleInstitute and Compost Production Specialist Rick Carr, for this week's topic, Recap of Coach Smallwood's Walk for an Organic Planet. The live chat begins Monday, December 8, 2014 at 11 a.m. PST / 2 p.m. EST, were we come together with green industry experts and fellow horticultural tweeps each week to discuss all things related to plants and horticulture, since 2014.

Discussion Overview  

5 Key Takeaways for Composting with Seasonal Fluctuations: 

Broad View - There is no one right way to compost

Many Options -  Diversity reigns and uniformity pains

Compost Chef -  Lasagna-style means layer greens and browns

Strive for Balance - Embrace balance and remedy imbalance

Patience - compost happens

Join the Conversation

Plantchat logo on Corona Tools

Don’t miss out on this exciting topic and join the conversation via Twitter. Just sign into #plantchat with your Twitter ID and you can follow the conversation and share with the community. Be sure to add the hastag to all your tweets or join us in the plantchat room on Tweetchat.  They will automatically add it for you and it's easy to watch the conversation as it happens!

If you do miss the live event, you can still access the Storify recap, accessible 24/7 that will be posted following the live chat. The transcript includes all the information and links shared during the discussion. 

About Plantchat

Connect and share with the green industry leaders live on Twitter and 24/7 to learn and share about hot topics in the green industry. Now plantchat is part of the Green Industry Leaders Network (GILN) presented by Corona and its partners.  We are an alliance of professional organizations who are advancing the horticulture, tree care, and landscaping industries. 

photos courtesy of Rodale Institute

Topics: Corona Tools, #Plantchat, Rodale Institute, Rick Carr, Seasonal Composting

Walking for Organic Agriculture to Reverse Climate Change

Posted by Chris Sabbarese on Fri, Nov, 14, 2014 @ 18:11 PM

Rodale Organic Planet WalkRecap the Walk for an Organic Planet with Coach Smallwood of the Rodale Institute and learn the goals and the outcomes of this innovative event. Raising both awarness and support of the project, the 162 mile walk from the Rodale Institute in Kutztown, PA to Washington, D.C. was designed to to hand deliver the RI report to USDA Department of Agriculture Secretary, Tom Vilsack.

The Rodale Institute has proven that regenerative organic agriculture can reverse climate change. Regenerative organic agriculture can actually capture even more carbon than people currently emit into the atmosphere. By working with nature to use photosynthesis and healthy soil biology, we can draw down greenhouse gases and tip the needle past 100% to reverse climate change. It's another great topic and discussion in store on #plantchat!  

You're Invited to Tweet 

Join @CoronaTools and #plantchat co-partner, Aaron Kinsman of Rodale Institute @RodaleInstitute for this week's topic, Recap of Coach Smallwood's Walk for an Organic Planet. The live chat begins Monday, November 17, 2014 at 11 a.m. PST / 2 p.m. EST, were we come together with green industry experts and fellow horticultural tweeps each week to discuss all things related to plants and horticulture, since 2014.

Discussion Overview  

Organic Agriculture - Overview of the white paper supporting organic agriculture to reduce effects / reverse climate change

Organic Planet Walk - Learn about the goal, who participated, and what were some of the highlights during the walk.

Washington D.C. Reception  - Hear how the historic meeting went, who was there and what was discussed. 

Response on the Hill -  Learn what the end results were and how effective it was.

Next Steps - Discover how Rodale will continue the push towards organic agriculuture and reversing climate change.

Join the Conversation

Plantchat logo on Corona Tools

Don’t miss out on this exciting topic and join the conversation via Twitter. Just sign into #plantchat with your Twitter ID and you can follow the conversation and share with the community. Be sure to add the hastag to all your tweets or join us in the plantchat room on Tweetchat.  They will automatically add it for you and it's easy to watch the conversation as it happens!

If you do miss the live event, you can still access the Storify recap, accessible 24/7 that will be posted following the live chat. The transcript includes all the information and links shared during the discussion. 

About Plantchat

Connect and share with the green industry leaders live on Twitter and 24/7 to learn and share about hot topics in the green industry. Now plantchat is part of the Green Industry Leaders Network (GILN) presented by Corona and its partners.  We are an alliance of professional organizations who are advancing the horticulture, tree care, and landscaping industries. 

photos courtesy of Rodale Institute

Topics: Corona Tools, #Plantchat, Rodale Institute, Walk for the Planet, Coach Smallwood

Organic Fruits + Berries with Rodale Institute and Corona Tools

Posted by Chris Sabbarese on Fri, Sep, 12, 2014 @ 15:09 PM

RodaleInstituteBerries resized 600Fruits and berries freshly picked from the garden taste even better when there is no pesticide residue on them! Many small fruits like strawberries produce a heavy yield in a small area. Bush fruits like blueberries and raspberries produce reliably year after year. Dwarf and Columnar fruit trees can also find a place in even the smallest gardens. This week #Plantchat covers growing berries and fruits organically. 

Learn how to extend the season with early and late varieties, how to control pests before they become a problem, and how to keep the soil fertile and restore Nature's balance.  

You're Invited to Tweet 

Join @CoronaTools and #plantchat co-partner, Aaron Kinsman of Rodale Institute @RodaleInstitute for this week's topic, Organic Fruits and Berries. The live chat begins Monday, Septembe 15, 2014 at 11 a.m. PST / 2 p.m. EST, were we come together with green industry experts and fellow horticultural tweeps each week to discuss all things related to plants and horticulture, since 2014.

Discussion Overview  

RodaleInstiteFruitBerriesRaspberries resized 600Organic Growing -Organic fruits and berries can tricky to grow successfully, but it’s worth it!

Most Important - 3 most important things about growing fruits and berries organically?  Compost, compost & compost! 

Restore Nature's Balance - Restore balance to natural cycles to reduce pest and weed pressures.  Pesticides and herbicides only disrupt the cycle further.

 Integrated Pest Management - IPM is a good first step toward a more environmentally friendly agriculture, but producing organic tree fruits in the Northeast is certainly not impossible. In fact, Rodale Institute has been growing organic apples for more than 30 years.

Relative Pest Populations - In the Northeast, we face twice as many fruit growing diseases as the West Coast. We have more than 60 insect pests to combat, many of which our West Coast friends have never even seen.

Join the Conversation

Plantchat logo on Corona Tools

Don’t miss out on this exciting topic and join the conversation via Twitter. Just sign into #plantchat with your Twitter ID and you can follow the conversation and share with the community. Be sure to add the hastag to all your tweets or join us in the plantchat room on Tweetchat.  They will automatically add it for you and it's easy to watch the conversation as it happens!

If you do miss the live event, you can still access the Storify recap, accessible 24/7 that will be posted following the live chat. The transcript includes all the information and links shared during the discussion. 

About Plantchat

Connect and share with the green industry leaders live on Twitter and 24/7 to learn and share about hot topics in the green industry. Now plantchat is part of the Green Industry Leaders Network (GILN) presented by Corona and its partners.  We are an alliance of professional organizations who are advancing the horticulture, tree care, and landscaping industries.  Register now to get weekly updates of upcoming chats, links to transcripts, chat reminders and more!  Register now on the GILN website!

photos courtesy of Rodale Institute

Topics: Corona Tools, #Plantchat, Rodale Institute, Organic Berries and Fruits

Preserving the Harvest with Rodale Institute and Corona Tools

Posted by Chris Sabbarese on Mon, Aug, 11, 2014 @ 12:08 PM

Summer is abundant!  Sometimes the season is more productive than we can eat all at once. 

Preserving the Harvest with Rodale InstituteAs a home gardener or just a savvy summer shopper, you can learn how to preserve the taste of summer for colder months rather than wasting the harvest. 

Join us and learn how to simmer, sauce, can, pickle and freeze your harvest now, for a little bit of sunshine this winter.

This week chat about Preserving the Harvest as  one key to health on #plantchat!

You're Invited to Tweet 

Join @CoronaTools and #plantchat co-partner, Aaron Kinsman, of Rodale Institute @RodaleInstitute for this week's topic, Soil Biology is Key to Healthy Plants in the Garden. The live chat begins Monday, August 11, 2014 at 11 a.m. PST / 2 p.m. EST, were we come together with green industry experts and fellow horticultural tweeps each week to discuss all things related to plants and horticulture, since 2014.

Discussion Overview 

Almost any harvest can be saved

Preserving can be simple and fun

Safety first! By following instructions closely, preserving is made safe for your family

Use your family’s favorite recipes, you can be sure that none of what you preserved goes to waste

Preserve Summer! Winter can be long and cold, so simmer, sauce, can, pickle and freeze your harvest now, for a little bit of sunshine this winter!

Join the Conversation

Plantchat logo on Corona Tools

Don’t miss out on this exciting topic and join the conversation via Twitter. Just sign into #plantchat with your Twitter ID and you can follow the conversation and share with the community. Be sure to add the hastag to all your tweets or join us in the plantchat room on Tweetchat.  They will automatically add it for you and it's easy to watch the conversation as it happens!

If you do miss the live event, you can still access the Storify recap, accessible 24/7 that will be posted following the live chat. The transcript includes all the information and links shared during the discussion. 

About Plantchat

Connect and share with the green industry leaders live on Twitter and 24/7 to learn and share about hot topics in the green industry. Now plantchat is part of the Green Industry Leaders Network (GILN) presented by Corona and its partners.  We are an alliance of professional organizations who are advancing the horticulture, tree care, and landscaping industries.  Register now to get weekly updates of upcoming chats, links to transcripts, chat reminders and more!  Register now on the GILN website!

Topics: Corona Tools, #Plantchat, Rodale Institute, Preserving the Harvest

Posts by Topic

see all