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Top-rated venues: AAA's newest Five Diamond properties Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
International Meetings Review 
Looking for a top-rated meeting venue? Ten properties have been added to AAA’s Five Diamond Award list. The newcomers join an exclusive group that accounts for only 0.4 percent, just 121 hotels, of the over 27,000 locations AAA has inspected.  READ MORE



 
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ProGreen Expo Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Lawn & Gardening Marketing Association
February 5 - 8, 2019 Denver, CO 
ProGreen EXPO is the only green industry conference in the Rocky Mountain Region of its kind. More than 6,000 green industry professionals gather every year at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver to gain vital knowledge and skills to improve business, educate employees and discover the latest information for the upcoming season.
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How to set your expo goals for 2019 Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Trade Show News Network 
The new year is in full swing and it’s time for you to make your mark in the exhibition world with show-stopping stand design, excellent customer service and innovative ideas. But before you can start deciding or where or what to exhibit, you need to be clear on what you hope to achieve.  READ MORE
 
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  BOBBEX DEER: A Better Repellent Solution
An independent study conducted by the State of Connecticut Department of Forestry and Horticulture tested ten commercially available deer repellents to determine the most effective deer repellent. Bobbex Deer was ranked #1! Not only did Bobbex score an impressive Protective Index score of 93%, but it is natural, safe, lasting, and effective. Bobbex is proven to be a better deer repellent solution!
 
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How you can ID potential cold injury on plant cuttings Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Greenhouse Grower
When temperatures at night drop well below zero and daytime highs only reach in the mid-teens, greenhouse growers who have started production are feeling frustrated. This is young plant production time, when many growers receive unrooted cuttings, liners and plugs for spring production. Cuttings shippers are delaying deliveries because the tender cuttings cannot withstand the frigid temperatures.  READ MORE
 
Your garden is stirring — here's what to do in February Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Houzz
Warming temperatures in the western U.S. are calling for delicious garden additions like artichokes, blackberries and persimmons. For those still with snow-covered gardens, enjoy some indoor planting while planning for spring. In the American Southwest, experiment with planting seeds indoors, and in the Southeast, trim your vines and prune your shrubs in preparation for new growth. Here’s what to do in February in the U.S., region by region. READ MORE
 
A good partnership Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Grower Talks
PGRs to produce uniform, compact plants in greenhouses is common practice in the floriculture industry. The primary benefit of PGRs is to control excessive growth allowing tighter spacing and increased yield per growing area. A variety of methods are utilized to apply PGRs, including liner soaks, bulb dips, foliar sprays, spike applications and substrate drenches.  READ MORE
 
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Small-business owners look to grab this 20 percent tax break Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
CNBC
Small-business owners filing their 2018 taxes may be able to take advantage of a brand-new 20 percent tax break. One of the new features of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is the introduction of the qualified business income deduction, which went into effect last year.  READ MORE
 
What Facebook has in store for your business in 2019 Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
By Emma Fitzpatrick
If you’re like most business owners, you've been on your toes this January — just waiting to see what big change Facebook had in store for you! After all, it's been just over a year since Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook's founder and CEO, announced that content from Publishers and Pages would be shown less. What does he have in store for you in 2019? Well, Zuckerberg confirmed (at least some of) what the company READ MORE
 
SEO: The average cost of marketing Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Media Post
Search engine optimization (SEO) professionals earned, on average, $81,103 annually in 2018 -- up from $61,711 in 2017. The data released from BrightLocal suggests that salaries continued to rise during the past few years. Today, just 9 percent earn less than $30,000, down from 20 percent of respondents in 2017.  READ MORE
 
 
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