Research

AFE Creates New Research Application Process for 2019

The American Floral Endowment's Research Committee has announced a new research funding process and a revised application for 2019. The new application process allows for a single application form to be used. For many years, AFE’s... more »

Gloeckner Foundation Announces Grant Proposal Deadline

The Fred. C. Gloeckner Foundation has announced that April 1, 2019 is the deadline for submission of grant proposals for research and educational projects in floriculture and related fields such as plant pathology, plant breeding,  entomology... more »

HRI Announces 2019 Project Funding

The Horticultural Research Institute (HRI), the foundation of AmericanHort, has announced the portfolio of research projects to be funded in 2019. Projects range from innovations to crop production for both greenhouse and nursery segments, water... more »

Researchers Use Biometric Technology to Understand Consumer Habits

Designers have long been taught that the most important attributes of a design are its elements: line, color, texture, pattern, form, space, and size. Yet, these attributes have not been proven to be perfect indicators... more »

NICH Seeks Reviewers for Specialty Crop Research Proposals

The National Initiative for Consumer Horticulture (NICH) is looking for volunteers to be reviewers of Specialty Crop Research Initiative (SCRI) proposals. This is your opportunity to help influence how federal research dollars are spent on... more »

Floralife, Oasis Grower Solutions Acquire Horticulture Research and Article Database

Floralife and Oasis Grower Solutions, divisions of Smithers-Oasis Company,  recently purchased a library database of research, technical and trade journal articles on horticulture-related topics. The database, a consortium of 40 years, contains more than 20,000 articles on ornamental... more »

University Researchers Seeking Input from Culinary Herb Growers

University researchers are seeking input from potted and fresh cut culinary herb growers in order to initiate a national research and extension project aimed to address the needs of the emerging industry. Your anonymous input... more »

Cutting Types and Transplanting Strategies

Most vegetatively propagated herbaceous plants are grown from unrooted cuttings (URCs) to produce a rooted liner transplant. However, callused cuttings provide an alternative with potential to increase profitability by reducing crop time compared with a... more »

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