Researchers Seek Info on Impatiens Downy Mildew

October 7, 2013 - 07:19

There has been a lot of talk about impatiens downy mildew in recent years. It has been a major topic of discussion for the industry and now researchers at Cornell Cooperative Extension, Cornell University and Michigan State University are conducting a survey to find out how impatiens downy mildew has impacted growers. 

The researchers want to collect information on the impact of the disease, grower and retailer responses to the disease as well as information on trends in consumer purchasing.  Results will be summarized and presented at a later date.

No personally identifiable information will be released from this study, as all numbers will become part of an aggregate number and results that will be presented on a regional basis.

To participate in the survey go to

Two Weeks to Go

The deadline for applying for the GPN/Nexus Intern of the Year scholarship is two weeks from today!

We are going to shine the spotlight on that special college student who has taken part in a university-sanctioned horticulture internship program. The winning student will receive a check for $3,000; be featured in an article and on the cover of the January 2014 issue of GPN; receive travel and hotel expenses to 2014 OFA Short Course as well as a full Short Course registration.

For details on applying for the program click here.

The deadline to apply is Oct. 21, 2013.

— Tim

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