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Department of Horticulture
Gallery of Greenhouse Pests and Diseases Online pictorial guide to insects and diseases recently plaguing greenhouse and outdoor floral crops
Greenhouses for Home- owners and Gardeners 214-page book covers every aspect of designing and constructing a home greenhouse.
Greenhouse Raspberry Production Guide Put under-used labor and space to work. 38-page online resource.
Greenhouse horticulture topics:
Mark your calendar:
2012 Kathy Pufahl Container Contest - View winners and other entries in the contest held at the July 24, 2012 Cornell Floriculture Field Day, which attracted more than 130 participants. Previous contests.
Neil Mattson talks about Improving the abiotic stress tolerance of floriculture crops -- why, how, and who cares? as part of Cornell University's Department of Horticulture seminar series.
Are we stressing out our plants? John Erwin, floriculture expert at the University of Minnesota, thinks so, and suggests way to relieve that stress in this Dept. of Horticulture seminar.
Susan Palomaki and Debbie Palumbo-Sanders explain the importance of IPM to Lucas Greenhouses at the 2012 Cornell Floriculture Field Day:
Carol Glenister explains her 'guardian plants' container planting at the 2009 Floriculture Field Day:
Impatiens Downy Mildew info
Does silicon have a role?
High tunnel bedding plants
10 Ways to heat your house
Silicon and poinsettias
Going Beyond Liquid Feed Boron deficiency
Nitrogen forms matter
Calculate fertilizer costs
Preventing ethylene damage
Substrate pH: getting it right
10 tips to save on fertilizer
Planting seeds for success
2008 greenhouse industry survey results
Recent diseases and disorders in N.Y. greenhouses
Growers get in-depth IPM experience
Nutrients & fertilizer
Nursery & g'house IPM
Greenhouse Floral Crops
Annual flower research
Perennial flower research
Other Cornell programs:
Flower Bulb Research
Long Island Horticultural
Research & Extension
Kathy Pufahl Container Contest - View past winners.
New York State Flower Industries Trade organization supporting and promoting New York's greenhouse and garden center businesses in New York State. NYSFI Marketplace is a tool for growers to find and sell plants, connecting garden centers, greenhouses, landscapers, nurseries, and other horticultural businesses.
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