Pot-in-pot production with drip for larger materials.
Boxwood blight is a real problem in the Northeast. We needed to protect the nurseries we visited with strict protocols such as wearing foot booties so no soil would be moved to other places.
A picture of a large cell, liner trays that are used for stepping up material
A home-made contraption for unrolling cold-frame coverings mounted on a fork lift.
This nursery uses guys on sheet rock stilts to perform structural pruning tasks.
These guys are using a jig made from a flexible plastic board to space plants. The piece has a spacer (metal bar) for distance between rows and lines on the board for where plants should be placed in-row.
An interesting application for a garage door as an entrance in a greenhouse setting. This allows for pushing a button and opening the door for entry. The springs and motor are enclosed in a gear box to protect from the elements.
Shipping plants holding a board to keep plants from moving using a simple angle iron and vice-grips.
Mum trials on capillary mats for water savings and quality improvements.