mulch) plots, although the best control was achieved when a herbicide (S-ethyl dipropylthiocarbamate) was applied in combination with mulch. Organic mulches have been shown to prevent weed germination and growth in a variety of other horticultural
gather a large variety of responses. Questions were reviewed for validity by horticultural researchers experienced in qualitative survey construction and administration. The survey instrument consisted of 10 questions within four different sections. The
Robust data management and statistical analysis have become increasingly important in horticultural science. Greater complexity in experimental design as well as the rise in “-omics” technologies (e.g., genomics, metabolomics, phenomics) have
Horticultural Reviews, Volume 22. Jules Janick (ed.). 1998. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 605 Third Ave., New York, NY 10158-0012. 324 p. $145.00, hardcover. ISBN 0-471-25444-4.
Presented at the 88th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Horticultural Science, Pennsylvania State Univ, University Park, Pa., 23 July 1991. 2 College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison.
striving to address the industry's need for information, personnel, and understanding of organic and sustainable agriculture production systems ( Lamb et al., 2005 ). Horticultural education at various universities and colleges is focusing on teaching
I wish to call attention to a collection of reference notes and citations, now found in the Michigan State Univ. (MSU) Archives, that belonged to the late Fred Bradford. It appears that these handwritten notes had been made by Bradford while on the staff at MSU and later while at the USDA/Plant Introductions, Beltsville, Md. His references and citations on the history of horticulture and plant science are stored in folders, organized by country, and chronologically, more or less. They are written mainly in English, but some are in French or German. They were intended, it seems, for a book which never materialized.
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Florida has a diverse horticultural industry, second only to California in terms of crop variety and production volume within the United States [ U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), 2007 ]. Ideal growing conditions during the winter months allow
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