According to the author, there are not enough greenhouse growers in the country to be anywhere near the saturation pointâ€”making it an excellent business venture for those who love working with plants. His pragmatic no-nonsense guide offers a complete course for such a business venture. He discusses everything: plant containers, buying plugs, propagation, hydroponics, specialty crops, watering and growing care, soil and fertilizer mixes and more. A chapter on greenhouses discusses different types of structures, coverings, heating and cooling systems, and provides basic plans for a 30' x 96' solar greenhouse. Another chapter on insect and disease control outlines an excellent organic program emphasizing prevention, organic sprays, and beneficial insects. He pays ample attention to the business side as well, explaining marketing, accounting, sales, plant delivery, bill collecting, computers, financing, licenses and permits, etc. He even provides a wholesale price lists as guides and a large list of plant buyers and suppliers.