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Voices of Horticulture: Dr. Alex Krichevsky’s Glow in Dark Plant and the Plant Infirmary

Dr. Alex Krichevsky’s Glow in Dark Plant and the Plant Infirmary Dr. Alex Krichevsky is an eclectic plant scientist with a penchant for entrepreneurialism. Dr. Alex was born in the Soviet Union and began his formal education in Israel. He immigrated to the United States and after a few stints in academia in New York […]

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Voices of Horticulture: Ben Bylsma, Michigan’s Food Innovator

Ben Bylsma, Turning Chefs into Growers The Food Innovation Center Kalamazoo Valley Community College Ben Bylsma, production manager at the Kalamazoo Valley Community College’s Food Innovation Center is helping chef’s become growers. The Kalamazoo Valley Healthy Neighborhoods Food Innovation Center is unique mix of culinary arts, health care and horticulture is evolving in Kalamazoo, Michigan. […]

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Voices of Horticulture: Dr. Ep Heuvelink and Rose Bud Break

Dr. Ep Heuvelink and Rose Bud Break Dr. Ep is uber cool from the Netherlands. Ep is a well know researcher and has written books on Tomato Greenhouse Production and Greenhouse Crop Physiology. You can find his books on Amazon. Ep has a great sense of humor and is a botanical fashion trend setter. In […]

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Voices of Horticulture: American Veterans become Community Farmers

“American Veterans become Community Farmers” Our American Veterans have bravely served and protected our nation, our freedom and our people. Although we can never repay them for what they have done we can help them continue their journey after serving our country. Rutgers University’s V.E.T.S. program is a creative effort where a community has come […]

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Voices of Horticulture: Dr. A.J. Both, Rutgers University

“The Horticulture Light Label” Dr. A. J. Both outlines the need for a standard horticulture lighting label and proposes a “Quick Facts Horticulture Lighting Label.” http://hortamericas.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/AJ-Both-hort-americas-voices-horticulture.mp3   Research Articles: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Aj_Both https://scholar.google.nl/citations?user=ZzoETD4AAAAJ&hl=en http://leds.hrt.msu.edu/research/ Hort Americas Blog – Discussing LED Lights A.J. on YouTube:

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Voices of Horticulture: Dean Kopsell, University of Tennessee

  Dean Kopsell, University of Tennessee Eating marigold petals Dr. Dean Kopsell talks about why we should eat marigold petals and what his students found to be the best red to blue ratio for peak carotenoid concentrations. Dean is a professor at the University of Tennessee and has studied an eclectic range of crops including […]

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Voices of Horticulture: Dr. Gioia Massa, NASA

  Dr. Gioia Massa, “Veggie” Scientist at the Kennedy Space Station, NASA “NASA’s Veggie and Space Kids” Dr. Gioia Massa is a plant scientist in NASA’s Veggie program which aims to grow plants in the International Space Station (ISS). Gioia is a Future Farmers of America (FFA) alumni and has grown her early love for plants to […]

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Voices of Horticulture: Bruce Bugbee, Utah State University

  Dr. Frits Went and the Pursuit of the McCree Curve Dr. Bruce Bugbee of Utah State University was the opening speaker at the 2016 International Society for Horticulture Science Symposium on Light in Horticulture. Dr. Bugbee talks candidly with me about how understanding history can give us a keen insight into today’s botanical questions […]

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