Top Editors in the Ag Industry

Michael Freeze

Editor in Chief

Michael, an alumnus of The University of Akron, is a veteran of trade publishing and journalism with articles featured in various newspapers and national magazines. He has also served in the United States Navy.

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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, Editorial Director

Content Overview

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FEATURE FOCUS CROP FOCUSFEATUREONLINE EXCLUSIVESEVENTS
JANUARY
Print Ad Close: 12/7
Immigration & Labor Spinach Industry trends
World Ag Expo
Mid-Atlantic Fruit and Vegetable Convention
Employee turnover
Equipment Theft
FIVE QUESTIONS Q&A: Immigration/Labor
Mid-Atlantic Fruit and Vegetable Convention
Jan. 31 - Feb. 2
World Ag Expo
Feb. 14-16
FEBRUARY
Print Ad Close: 1/11
Packaging/Containers Blueberries Herbicides
Disease prevention trends
H-2B
Legal protection
FIVE QUESTIONS Q&A: Packaging/Containers
MARCH
Print Ad Close: 2/9
Soil Preparation Cucumbers Crop Protection
Fungicides
Sprayers and Applicators
Taxes for your farm
Protecting winter crops
FIVE QUESTIONS Q&A:Pesticides
APRIL
Print Ad Close: 3/9
Farmstands Corn Pollination
Product marketing
Tools for farmers
Marketing tactics
FIVE QUESTIONS Q&A: Farm Stands
MAY
Print Ad Close: 4/6
Food Safety Peppers Harvesting equipment
Fertilizers
United Fresh
Finding seasonal help
Food safety audits
FIVE QUESTIONS Q&A: Harvesting equipment
United Fresh
June 14-15
JUNE
Print Ad Close: 5/10
Indoor Growing Watermelon Insecticides
Worker safety
Employee checklist
Summer protection
FIVE QUESTIONS Q&A: Inspection services
JULY
Print Ad Close: 6/7
Water & Irrigation Kale Sustainability
Integrated pest management
Disease testing
Drought issues
FIVE QUESTIONS Q&A: Irrigation
AUGUST
Print Ad Close: 7/12
Organics Celery Sales tactics
Tractor/Trailers/Trucks
Fruit pests
FIVE QUESTIONS Q&A: Organic solutions
SEPTEMBER
Print Ad Close: 8/10
Greenhouse Rhubarb Pesticides
Community supported agriculture
Urban growing
Fall agritourism
FIVE QUESTIONS Q&A: Greenhouse
PMA Fresh Summit
Oct. 13-15
OCTOBER
Print Ad Close: 9/17
Finances Asparagus Winter preparation
Rare crops
Attachments
Trending crops
FIVE QUESTIONS Q&A: Sprayers
Pacific Northwest Vegetable Growers Conference
Irrigation Association
NOVEMBER
Print Ad Close: 10/12
Seed Sources Strawberries Saplings
Nursery stock
Disaster management
Volunteering
Great Lakes Expo
Natural disaster prevention
Insurance options
FIVE QUESTIONS Q&A: Nurseries
Great Lakes Fruit and Vegetable Expo
DECEMBER
Print Ad Close: 11/7
Orchards Oranges Vineyards
Employee training
Flail mowers
Southeast Regional
Starting a vineyard
Drone practices
FIVE QUESTIONS Q&A: Orchard management
Southeast Regional Fruit and Vegetable Conference


YEARLY SPECIAL PACKAGES

WORLD AG EXPO PREVIEW – JANUARY 2017
AG INDUSTRY GUIDE – OCTOBER 2017
GREAT LAKES EXPO – NOVEMBER 2017

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Content Overview

Growing magazine educates growers in the fruit and vegetable production industry by providing practical, relevant information they can use to improve their businesses.