Do you have what you need for your greenhouse?
* Supplies Needed
* Nursery/Plant License
1. 5" plastic stick labels
2. 'Garden Markers' are fast drying, waterproof and contain ultraviolet
filters for maximum fade resistance
3. Water Hoses, recommend the Swan Soft & Supple Hose to hold up best in
the wear and tear of greenhouse use
4. Fogg- it Mist Nozzles
5. Water Shut Offs (Drams 300 brass) stay away from the plastic ones
6. Water Breaker: the PL 100 is a great "soft throw" water breaker
7. Water Wands: get a couple in several lengths (available in 12",
8. Pesticide Application Posting Sign (must be posted anytime you’re
spraying or fumigating the greenhouse)
9. Safety gear for you and your students
10. Min/Max Thermometer
11. Sprayers that are clearly marked for Herbicides and Insecticide use.
Terracolor or Subdue after your plants have been transplanted and growing
for a week or two you need to drench their soil with fungicide
Marathon for whiteflies, aphids and other sucking insects
Conserve for thrips, leafminer and worms
Cinnamite for aphids and mites
Whitmire Total Release Aerosol Generator (1 case)
Safer Soap or Sun Spray
Finale: used to control weeds in greenhouse
Roundup: control weeds outside greenhouse
ZerTol / Agribrom : use in your evaporative cooling system to kill
GreenClean: new granular product that is used to kill algae, fungi, and
disinfect greenhouse floors and benches.
It will also raise the pH level in the soil under benches, making it
harder for weed seeds to germinate.
Nursery Licenses are issued each year. Licenses should be laminated and
hung in your greenhouse in a visible location to inspectors/visitors.
If you do not have an application or need to reapply for your new license,
contact the Georgia Department of Agriculture, Plant Production Division,
19 Martin Luther King Jr. Dr., SW, Atlanta, GA 30334. Phone (404) 651-9486.
Plant Protection Agents will be stopping by to inspect your facilities