2018 Research Grants

  • $13,000.00 - Purdue University (K. Nemali)
    Smartphone-Based Rapid, Inexpensive, and Accurate Estimation of Plant Nitrogen Status in Floriculture Production

  • $10,000.00 – Kansas State University (C. Miller)
    Understanding the Effects of Root Zone Temperature in Potted Dahlia Production

  • $8,000.00 - Kansas State University (K. Williams)
    Updates to Graphical Tracking Guidelines for New Poinsettia Cultivars

  • $10,000.00 – University of Florida (T. Colquhoun)
    Augmenting Cut Flowers with LED’s

  • $12,000.00 - North Carolina State University (Seed Your Future) (J. Dole)
    Promoting Horticulture and Careers Working with Plants

  • $9,000.00 – Cornell University (W. Miller)
    Microbial Impacts on Water Uptake in Cut Lilies

  • $9,000.00 – University of Florida (D. Clark)
    Collegiate Plant Initiative: Connecting College Students to Horticulture

  • $10,000.00 – U.C. Berkeley (M. Wildermuth)
    Ascocounter: An Automated Quantification Software of Fungal Growth and Reproductive Output for use in Rapid Horticultural Phenotyping

  • $10,000.00 – Michigan State University (W. Owen)
    Characterizing Interveinal Chlorosis of Hellebores and Determining Nutritional Requirements.

  • $9,000.00 – University of Washington (V. Di Stilio)
    Flower Design: Understanding and Generating Remarkable Flowers in Herbaceous Perennials

  • $11,000.00 – North Carolina State University (B. Jackson)
    In Situ, Quantitative Analysis of Substrate Rooting Effects of Poinsettia by X-ray Microtomography 

New York Florists’ Club Grants

  • $10,000.00 – Cornell University (J. Sanderson)
    Investigating Biological Control of Aphids on Calibrachoa

  • $6,000.00 - Cornell University (W. Miller)
    A Spectoradiometer to Facilitate LED-Related Research Projects

  • $10,000.00 – Kansas State University (R. Cloyd)
    Impact of Application Frequency and Spray Volume on the Efficacy of Insecticides Against Western Flower Thrips (Frankliniella occidentalis) and Citrus Mealybug (Planococcus citri) Under Greenhouse Conditions.

TOTAL.......... $137,000.00

Total Research Grants 1961-2018.......... $6,802,367.95

 

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