Latest American Society for Horticultural Science Stories
Guam experiences more tropical cyclones than any other state or territory in the United States. These cyclones--called typhoons in the western Pacific Ocean--can be devastating to Guam's dense native forests.
A new study contains valuable information for homeowners and horticulturalists that live and work in desert regions.
As consumer interest in native plants increases, nursery growers are challenged to expand their product range by adding new native species to their collections.
Scientists know that plants can actually "sense" day length, and "schedule" their growth to coincide with specific environmental conditions.
Stressed out? Spend some time with Mother Nature.
Apricots are important to Turkey, the country where more apricot crops are grown and exported than anywhere in the world.
A research team led by Cary Pirone from the Department of Biological Sciences at Florida International University has identified bilirubin in the popular Bird of Paradise plant.
Trinexapac-ethyl proves effective during prolonged periods of drought stress.
Texas program found effective in augmenting pecan sales.
Wild Malus orientalisâ€”species of wild apples that could be an ancestor of today's domesticated applesâ€”are native to the Middle East and Central Asia.
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