2017 Research Grants

 
  • AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE, UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA, TEXAS A & M, AND NC STATE UNIVERSITY COLLABORATION (J. Dole)
    Promoting horticulture and careers working with plants – action plan. “Seed Your Future.”
    $10,000.00

  • KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY (C. Miller)
    Understanding the effects of root zone temperature in potted Dahlia production.     
    $10,000.00

  • KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY (K. Williams) 
    Updates to graphical tracking guidelines for new Poinsettia cultivars.     
    $10,000.00

  • MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY (R. Lopez, A. Hurt)  
    Optimizing herbaceous perennial cutting callusing and rooting with DLI, light quality, medium and air temperatures.     
    $12,000.00

  • MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY (W. G. Owen)  
    Expanding leaf tissue nutritional standards of herbaceous perennials.
    $10,000.00

  • NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY (B. Whipker, H. Landis, K. Hicks) 
    Developing a prediction model for Hydrangea leaf tissue aluminum to ensure dark blue coloration.
    $12,000.00

  • PURDUE UNIVERSITY (K. Nemali) 
    Smartphone-based rapid, inexpensive, and accurate estimation of plant nitrogen status in floriculture production.
    $12,000.00

  • STEPHEN F. AUSTIN STATE UNIVERSITY (J. Barnes) 
    Herbaceous species trials at Stephen F. Austin State University.
    $8,592.00

  • THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY (F. Hand) 
    Phenotypic characterization of infective pathotypes of Golovinomyces magnicellulatus, the powdery mildew pathogen of Phlox.     
    $10,000.00

  • THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CA, DAVIS (C. Nansen) 
    Early detection of arthropod-induced stress in greenhouse cut gerbera (Gerbera jamsonii) using hyperspectral remote sensing.
    $10,000.00

  • UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA (T. Colquhoun, D. Garner) 
    Influence of narrow-bandwidth LEDs on floral fragrance emission.           
    $10,000.00

New York Florists’ Club Grants

  • CORNELL UNIVERSITY (M. Bridgen) Breeding downy mildew resistant Impatiens.
    $10,000.00

  • CORNELL UNIVERSITY (W. Miller) Ethephon Substrate Drenches: Root absorption and translocation of Ethephon.
    $11,118.00

  • CORNELL UNIVERSITY (J. Sanderson) Investigating biological control of aphids on Calibrachoa.
    $10,000.00

TOTAL.......... $145,710.00

Total Research Grants 1961-2017.......... $6,802,367.95

 

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