Latest Issues

The Science of Serenading Your Plants: Maximum Yield April 2018

Whether you need information on technical aspects such as lighting, irrigation, climate control, or pest control, or want to know more about plant biology, we’ve got you covered. For growers on the go, you can also find all the information you need on our new mobile app, available on both Android and iPhone systems. Of course, there are also those, like myself, who still love the feel of a print magazine in their hands. At home in a favorite chair with the dog at your feet, or in the lunchroom at work, magazines continue to
be a great source of education and entertainment. Whether you’re on our website, app, or reading a hard copy of Maximum Yield, all of the information you need is there to get you growing.

Maximum Yield Canada March/April 2018

For gardeners, March is filled with anticipation. The dormancy and dreariness of winter is ending, the sun hangs in the sky a little longer, and thoughts begin to turn to those warm, peaceful days in the garden. Those days, however, take a little planning, and March is the perfect time to jot down a few ideas to prepare for the upcoming season. It’s also a good time to brush up on a few biology basics. As we’ve covered in recent issues with topics like methyl jasmonate (Maximum Yield, January/February 2018), plant biology is amazing. In this issue of Maximum Yield, we explore the process of how plants breathe and tissue culture. Whether your garden is indoors or outdoors, knowing how your plants live will help you make better decisions when
providing for them.

Maximum Yield UK-EU March/April 2018

For gardeners, March is filled with anticipation. The dormancy and dreariness of winter is ending, the sun hangs in the sky a little
longer, and thoughts begin to turn to those warm, peaceful days in the garden. Those days, however, take a little planning, and March is the perfect time to jot down a few ideas to prepare for the upcoming season. It’s also a good time to brush up on a few biology basics. As we’ve covered in recent issues with topics like methyl jasmonate (Maximum Yield, January/February 2018), plant biology is amazing. In this issue of Maximum Yield, we explore tissue culture. Whether your garden is indoors or outdoors, knowing how your plants live and grow will help you make better decisions when providing for them.

Maximum Yield AUS-NZ March/April 2018

It’s never a bad time to brush up on a few biology basics. As we’ve covered in recent issues with topics like methyl jasmonate (Maximum Yield, January/February 2018), plant biology is amazing. In this issue of Maximum Yield, we explore the process of how plants breathe (Story of Stomata on page 46) and tissue culture on page 38. Knowinghow your plants function will help you make better decisions when providing for them, whether your garden is indoors or outdoors.

Maximum Yield Trade Directory 2018

Welcome to the 14th annual Maximum Yield International Trade Directory, the industry’s best and most complete reference guide. With hundreds of business listings, it continues to connect manufacturers, distributors, retail shops, and end users around the world. With its comprehensive layout and easy-to-find sections, the 2018 International Trade Directory serves as a valuable reference tool no matter what you are searching for.