Nursery & Greenhouse
Florida's Green Industry--the second-largest in the country--provides 150,000 jobs and is growing quickly.
- Business Management
Get information about marketing, pricing, insurance, business plans, and other topics.
- Getting Started
Create and implement business plans.
- Hydroponic / Greenhouse Crops
The primary greenhouses crops are pepper, tomato, cucumber, lettuce, herbs, and strawberry.
- Pest Management
Keep your nursery or greenhouse safe and healthy.
- Production Practices
Planting to post-harvest.
- Production Systems
Provide the best growing environment for plants.
- The Plant Producer: Nursery Newsletter
Maintain your plant nursery with help from UF/IFAS commercial horticulture Extension agents.
For information about licensing and certification in the areas of horticultural production and pesticides, see Training & CEUs. For other information intended for professionals, see Industry Professionals.
- Agricultural and Biological Engineering Department
- Agricultural Economics Extension
- Department of Biology
- Entomology and Nematology Department
- Environmental Horticulture Department
- FAWN: Florida Automated Weather Network
- Florida Partnership for Water, Agriculture & Community Sustainability at Hastings
- Horticulture Service Industry Resources--ProHort
- Hydroponic / Greenhouse Crops--Small Farms & Alternative Enterprises
- IPM Florida
- Pesticide Information Office
- Plant Pathology Department
- Plant Science Research and Education Unit
- Research Centers
- Soil and Water Science Department
- Virtual Field Day
- Wedgworth Leadership Institute for Agriculture and Natural Resources
- Expanding Florida’s Farming Business to Incorporate Tourism
- Greenhouse Production
- Nursery Production
State & Federal Agencies
- Florida DEP
- Florida Department of Revenue
- Florida Water Management Districts
- State Agricultural Response Team
Organizations & Associations
- American Nursery & Landscape Association
- American Society for Horicultural Science
- Florida Nursery, Growers and Landscape Association
- Florida State Horticultural Society
- Southern Nursery Association