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Min Hyeong Kwon, Jongyun Kim, Changwan Seo, Chiwon W. Lee, Eu Jean Jang, and Woo-Kyun Lee

spurred the United States to follow this movement in the 1900s ( Bachert, 1976 ). In addition, the nature-study movement, which began in the early 20th century, emphasized the importance of education through children’s contact with nature and motivated the

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Hector Eduardo Pérez, Carrie Reinhardt Adams, Michael E. Kane, Jeffrey G. Norcini, Glenn Acomb, and Claudia Larsen

for educational purposes, horticulture, or other applications. We could not find published information regarding the levels of interest and attitudes toward wildflower education or use in students from other majors or regions; nor could we find

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Perrin J. Carpenter and Mary H. Meyer

149 POSTER SESSION 6F (Abstr. 379–386) Children and Community Education

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Robert F. Brzuszek and Richard L. Harkess

launched the Grow Native! program that provides industry-wide branding and tag materials for native plant species. Bench cards, native landscape brochures, industry and public education programs, marketing assistance for growers, and pot tags are made

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Robert F. Brzuszek, Richard L. Harkess, and Lelia Kelly

plant niche market. Providing better education materials on native plants and improved marketing may increase access to native plant materials. Literature cited Brzuszek, R.F. Harkess, R.L. 2009 Green industry survey of native plant marketing in the

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Jennifer C. Bradley, J.M. Zajicek, C.D. Townsend, and G.E. Briers

13 ORAL SESSION 2 (Abstr. 028–034) Education/Cross-commodity

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David Warfield and Dermot P. Coyne

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Transplanting is an ancient horticultural practice, which is a good thing because our profession is in need of a transplant—an attitude transplant! I was both encouraged and discouraged as I read Dermot P. Coyne's Presidential Address in the Oct. 1985 issue of HortScience 20:805–808. Encouraged, because he raised points that we need to address; discouraged, because he missed the starting point. Allow me to paraphrase an old saying: “Big grad students from little undergrads grow“. Let me lay it out in the open: I was shocked that our President finds no role for undergraduate education in tackling world hunger. I disagree!

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Eliezer S. Louzada, Hilda Sonia de Rio, Allison J. Abell, Gerson Peltz, and Michael W. Persans

funds are applied to train these promising domestic graduate students. The American Council of Education (2003) reported that in the 2 years after the 2000 Census, Hispanics accounted for half of the country's population growth, reaching the growth

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Philip J. Kauth and Hector E. Pérez

knowledge and education regarding the use and identification of native plants is a major concern for both the industry and consumers ( Brzuszek and Harkess, 2009 ; Peppin et al., 2010 ; Pérez et al., 2010 ; Potts et al., 2002 ). Within the native plant

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Servet Caliskan, Sharon T. Kester, and Robert L. Geneve

appreciation for the interaction of these tissues related to seed dormancy. Laboratory exercise materials and methods This laboratory exercise can be performed as an on-campus activity or easily fit into a distance education format by mailing individual