Research

NASA Inducts Fertilizer Into Space Technology Hall of Fame

A partnership between Florikan ESA and NASA has led to the induction of the Florida-based company and its founder Ed Rosenthal into the Space Technology Hall of Fame. The awards ceremony was April 6 in... more »

New Report Provides Insight on Power of Plants

Horticulture positively affects people’s lives where they live, work, shop and play, according to a new report from the National Initiative for Consumer Horticulture (NICH). The benefits of consumer horticulture are spotlighted in "#PlantsDoThat, Horticulture:... more »

University Researchers Looking for Info on Hydroponic Food Production

Are you a hydroponic grower of food crops? Researchers at Michigan State University and Iowa State University need your input. Controlled environment agriculture (CEA) production researchers Roberto Lopez and Kellie Walters at Michigan State University... more »

Bee On the Lookout for New Pollinator Education Resources

As growers and retailers are continually looking for answers to consumers’ questions about pollinators and bee health issues, it can sometimes be difficult to have all the right answers. The Horticultural Research Institute (HRI), the... more »

HRI Publishes Bee-Friendly Plant Lists

The Horticultural Research Institute (HRI), the research affiliate of AmericanHort, has released “Plants Bees Like Best,” a new publication providing research-based tree and shrub recommendations for supporting bee health. This resource is the most recent addition... more »

Deadline Set for AFE Research Pre-Proposals

The American Floral Endowment (AFE) is now calling for research pre-proposal applications for 2018-2019 funding, due no later than June 1. The primary research funding priorities are relevant to all segments of the floral industry:... more »

Outreach Education: Universities Adapt to a Changing Landscape and New Audience

*Editor’s Note: Duets is a new series where lead author Peter Konjoian will partner with a fellow industry leader every other month to deliver insights in a conversation-style piece. Consider this scenario: April has arrived... more »

Creating Pollinator-Friendly Landscapes

The decline of pollinators, particularly bees, in North America has been making headlines for several years. Pollinators face significant threats including loss of habitat, increased parasite and disease loads, and inadvertent pesticide exposure. Urban pollinators... more »

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