Top Editors in the Green Industry

Sally Benson

Editor in Chief

Sally has served for 22 years at the helm of American Nurseryman, and has written and edited for the green industry since 1988. She edited and co-authored the book, “Back Then to Right Now: The Horticultural Industry Comes of Age,” released by the Horticultural Research Institute in July 2015.

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Jennifer King

Green Group
Managing Editor

Jennifer has worked in publishing for 15 years at titles such as Bassmaster and Southern Living. She earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Penn State University and a master’s degree in magazine publishing from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism.

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Mallory Brasseale

Green Group
Content Marketing Editor

Mallory has been working in digital media for over seven years at websites such as CookingLight.com, MyRecipes.com and SouthernLiving.com. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts with a concentration in Digital Media from the University of Montevallo in Alabama.

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Yelena Tischenko

Assistant Editor, Digital Media

Yelena maintains the websites and social media accounts for four titles in the green group. She has a background of newspaper and magazine feature writing and earned her master’s degree in media and communications psychology from Touro University and bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communications from Kent State University.

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“The Green Group content team includes experienced editors who have worked in the green industry for decades, coupled with writers and editors from other backgrounds in publishing, to bring together a team that’s well-versed on what our audiences need and creative solutions to bring educational and up-to-the-minute information our readers need to know.”Nicole Wisniewski,
Green Group Editorial Director

Content Overview

American Nurseryman guides and reflects the greater green industry by providing authoritative, relevant, practical and inspirational information to help growers and landscape professionals succeed in strengthening their businesses and industry. Enter a search term into the box below to filter by topic, or download a printable PDF.

FEATURE FOCUSPLANT FEATURESPECIAL COVERAGETRADE SHOWS
JANUARY
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12/6
Tissue Culture Tips
Industry Profile
Point of View: Mentors
Conifers Start the Year Right: Taking Stock of Your Business Protocols MANTS
Jan. 11-13, Baltimore, Maryland
The Western
Jan. 19-20, Kansas City, Missouri
FEBRUARY
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12/30
Biocontrols for Pest Management
Superior Landscape Site
Seasonal Hiring
Shade Trees Awesome Internship Programs — For Interns and Employers Progreen Expo
Feb. 7-10, Denver, Colorado
MARCH
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1/31
Planting Equipment
Industry Profile
Point of View: Legacies
Shrubs Taxes & Write-Offs
APRIL
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2/28
Weed Management BMPs
Superior Landscape Site
Women in the Industry
Edible Plants The Word from Capitol Hill: Immigration Reform Update
MAY
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4/4
Disease Management BMPs
Industry Profile
Point of View: Mentors
Roses Summer Events Preview
What, Where and When
JUNE
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5/2
Greenhouse Growing
Superior Landscape Site
Marketing & Branding
Groundcovers How Safe is Your Water Supply?
JULY
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5/30
Securing Water Resources
Industry Profile
Point of View: Legacies
Xeric Plants Worker Protection
How to Comply with OSHA Standards
Readex Ad Effectiveness Study*
Cultivate '17
July 15-18, Columbus, Ohio
AUGUST
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6/29
Critter Control
Superior Landscape Site
Fiscal Planning for 2018
Perennials Energy Efficiency in the 21st Century TNLA Expo
Aug. 10-12, Dallas, Texas
Farwest Show
Aug. 10-12, Dallas, Texas
SEPTEMBER
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8/1
Shipping Solutions
Industry Profile
Point of View: Mentors
Grasses Plan Now for New Plant Intros! A Guide
OCTOBER
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8/28
On- and Off-Road Vehicles
Superior Landscape Site
D.C. Update
Bulbs Plant Lore
Discovering Their Rich Stories and Symbolism
NOVEMBER
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10/3
Labor & Mechanization
Industry Profile
Point of View: Legacies
Vines Winter Events Preview
What, Where and When
DECEMBER
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10/31
New Plant Introductions! Where are they now? Update on Past Plant Intros New England Grows
Nov. 30, Dec. 2, Boston, Massachusetts


Departments

What’s Growing On?
News items from around the industry

People in the News
Personnel moves, awards, scholarships: Who’s making news

Did You Know?
Not so trivial horticulture trivia

Product Picks
From new plants to the newest big machines, innovative products are featured

Columns

Editor’s Desk
Editor in Chief Sally Benson offers perspective from nearly 30 years of publishing for the green industry

Plant Health
Read the latest in pest prevention and management

Field Notes
Personal perspective on a recommended plant, from a professional’s point of view

Content Overview

American Nurseryman guides and reflects the greater green industry by providing authoritative, relevant, practical and inspirational information to help growers and landscape professionals succeed in strengthening their businesses and industry.