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          Welcome to Sound Horticulture

          Ecological solutions for managing greenhouse environments, farms and specialty crop systems. Specializing in the freshest sources of high quality beneficial insects, compost tea machines, and supportive biological tools of the trade. Innovative designs that “close the loop” and work for you. Contact us today!

          From the blog

          • October 17, 2018 Sound Hort's Sounding Board
            Sound Hort's Sounding Board

            We’ve seen so many changes over the last couple years, within our business as well as the many varied sectors of organic agriculture, conventional agriculture, and larger horticultural industries. The use of biocontrol is expanding with each year, and with that, our business has been growing. In fact, we just moved to a larger facility to accommodate additional warehousing of biological products and to expand the capacity of our shipping facility. Last year, we started our ecommerce online store to accommodate customers who prefer to shop online. As an extension of that, we are working to keep our blog updated with pertinent information for all of you working to continually improve and learn. We pride ourselves in our customer service and go out of our way to host workshops, make ourselves available to customers, and to openly share pertinent information to all of you who are trying shore up your pest management.

            It’s estimated that 40% of the world’s food production is lost each year due to pest and diseases related failure. Our goal is to provide tactics and products in order to properly manage pests, while remaining environmentally conscious. Additionally, we encourage growers to develop natural habitats for hosting beneficial populations. We recognize that the growth we are experiencing is an industry-wide and environmental success. Pest resistance to conventional chemicals is not going away, while the domestic and international tightening of chemical regulation is on the rise. As growers experience the limitations of chemicals, they are now leaning on biological controls and biologically based practices. Meanwhile, consumers are asking that their products be produced using clean practices, whether it be ornamental crops, food crops, herbs, cannabis, or the plant based inputs of their supplements…EVERYTHING! We find this grassroots movement extremely exciting and encouraging!

            So welcome to the green side! We are here to assist.

          • September 29, 2018 PNVA Conference

            The annual Pacific Northwest Vegetable Association Conference will be held at the Three Rivers Convention Center in Kennewick, WA on November 14th & 15th. Come join other growers, vendors, and support sponsors for talks about the industry, breakout speakers, and social events. Alison will be speaking about IPM in organic agriculture at 11:30am on November 15th (summary below). See you there!

            Biocontrol Bandwidth:  Biopesticides , Beneficial Insects or Both?
            Vegetable growers are increasingly relying on biological controls for both pest and disease control. This session will examine some of the evolving applications and approaches, and help you add more options to your evolving toolbox. Application protocols for beneficial insects vary greatly, so this presentation will give and overview various release methods for small to large growers. We’ll cover important compatibility issues as they relate to botanical, microbial and organic materials that are in current practice.

            Click here to register!

          • August 06, 2018 Farwest 2018

            The Farwest Show is coming up again! The biggest green industry show in the west, it will be held August 22-24th, 2018, at the Oregon Convention Center. This year Sound Horticulture has moved to a more central location at booth #17027! We really hope that a wide assortment of our growers can take time to attend this important event. We'll have some beautiful items to send with you back to your operations - a really nice poster and other surprises.

            Please come and visit with us during the show! You'll gain so much from walking the show floor and attending some of the educational seminars. Thanks, and see you there!

            Click here to register!

          • April 18, 2018 How to Bug a Gardener
            How to Bug a Gardener

            Sound Horticulture’s resident expert Alison Kutz sits down with John Friel from Emerald Coast to talk about the natural solutions and biocontrols available for every garden enthusiast keen on keeping their plants happy and healthy.

             Take a look here and learn a little more about the bugs we love!



          Welcome to our web store! We order beneficial insects weekly from our suppliers to ship on Wednesdays, so please check ordering deadlines, and always feel free to contact us with questions.