Top 5 - yesterday
- "Since the merger, we’re focusing more on greenhouse segments"
- The use of microorganisms in the plant’s production
- CAN (ON): Migrant farm workers game up for Greenhouse Cup tourney
- "More and more can be done electrically, including high-capacity crop shredding"
- Australia: Building code adapted to better fit greenhouse building
Top 5 - last week
Top 5 - last month
- "Vertical solar panels under the gutter can provide significant savings in plastic greenhouses"
- The differences between greenhouse growers in US and Canada
- German grower reduces moisture in slabs with Spacer
- Half the labor if tomato grows upside down?
- China: Abundance of crops grow in arid Xinjiang desert
The New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station at the University of New Hampshire is searching for the next manager of the Macfarlane research greenhouse facility. The manager will be responsible for facilitating the set up and managing the daily care of research in the greenhouses, oversee research plant management, ensure and maintain the greenhouse facility’s physical infrastructure, train and supervise staff and ensure safety for all users of the greenhouses, and manage finances and responsibly steward operations. This position is critical to ensuring high quality of agricultural research, teaching, and outreach at the state’s flagship university.
The NH Agricultural Experiment Station is the state’s leading public research and innovation unit for supporting the Granite State’s agricultural, food, and natural resources industry and communities. The University of New Hampshire actively promotes a dynamic working environment in which qualified individuals of differing perspectives, life experiences, and cultural backgrounds support the University’s goals of developing the workforce of tomorrow and ensuring the success of all of New Hampshire’s communities through research and outreach.