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         Horticulture:     more books (89)
  1. The Biology of Horticulture: An Introductory Textbook by John E. Preece, Paul E. Read, 2005-01-13
  2. Horticulture: Principles and Practices (3rd Edition) by George Acquaah, 2004-05-10
  3. Horticulture As Therapy: Principles and Practice by Sharon Simson, Martha Straus, 2003-06-23
  4. Marijuana Horticulture: The Indoor/Outdoor Medical Grower's Bible by Jorge Cervantes, 2006-02-01
  5. Plants for Profit: Income Opportunities in Horticulture by Francis X. Jozwik, Dr. Jozwik, 2000-03-01
  6. Plant Growth Regulators in Agriculture and Horticulture: Their Role in and Commercial Uses
  7. Practical Horticulture (6th Edition) by Laura Williams Rice, Robert P. Rice, 2005-08-04
  8. Planting With Trees (The Horticulture Gardener's Guides) by Andrew McIndoe, Rosamond McIndoe, 2007-01-29
  9. Culture and Horticulture: A Philosophy of Gardening by Wolf-Dieter Storl, 1979-06
  10. Working in Horticulture (Career Preparation for Agriculture/Agribusiness) by William B. Richardson, Gary E. Moore, 1980-01
  11. Generations Gardening Together Sourcebook for Intergenerational Therapeutic Horticulture by Jean Larson, Mary Meyer, 2006-05-11
  12. American Horticultural Society Plant Propagation: The Fully Illustrated Plant-by-Plant Manual of Practical Techniques by Alan Toogood, 1999-04-26
  13. Horticulture Gardeners Guides Perennials by Andrew McIndoe, Kevin Hobbs, 2005-09-15
  14. Shrubs (Horticulture Gardeners' Guides) by Andrew McIndoe, 2005-04

1. HRI Has A New Web Site
horticulture Research International to innovate and communicate for the benefit of producers and consumers of horticultural and other plant-based products.
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2. Horticulture Magazine -- Gardening Magazine, Garden Tours, Gardening Tips
Since 1904, horticulture magazine has been the authoritative voice of gardening, providing inspiration, instruction, and entertainment for passionate gardeners
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Since 1904, Horticulture magazine has been the authoritative voice of gardening, providing inspiration, instruction, and entertainment for passionate gardeners. Celebrating the simple pleasures of growing plants and creating gardens, Horticulture serves as an indispensable guide and trusted friend, a primary resource for avid gardeners from every corner of the country. The Ultimate Plant Sale
Mark your calendar for September 17-19, 2004 as Horticulture teams with Winterthur, An American Country Estate, to present GardenFair , a one-of-a-kind plant sale on the grounds of the Winterthur estate in Delaware's Brandywine Valley. Learn more about GardenFair and purchase admission Help us celebrate Horticulture's centennial!
Registration is now closed for The Great Plants / The Great Plantspeople , a two-day, all-about-plants event honoring Horticulture's 100 birthday. We look forward to seeing you at Plant Delights in Raleigh, NC;

3. Horticulture
The Horticultural Web, Monday May 24, 2004. SEARCH horticulture. Category Select Category NEW IN horticulture. Are you new to horticulture?

4. Center For Urban Horticulture ~ University Of Washington
Conducts research, teaching, and public service on the selection, management and role of plants and ecosystems in the urban environment. At College of Forest Resources, University of Washington, Seattle.
Merrill Hall Project Update WHAT'S NEW
CUH Students begin installation of new Children's Garden
Summer 2004 Public Education Classes

Spring 2004 Newsletter (pdf)

4th International Symposium on Japanese Gardens
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5. .:Horticulture Australia:.
Industry Information on peak industry bodies and individual industries in horticulture. Export HMAC and Australia Fresh. horticulture Australia. Home.
Projects What you need to know to run a project with HAL. Projects' results Summary of results from recently completed projects. Initiatives Updates on HAL initiatives addressing across industry issues. Industry Information on peak industry bodies and individual industries in horticulture. Export HMAC and Australia Fresh.
Home Projects Project results Initiatives Industry ... Export Welcome to HAL HAL is a national research, development and marketing organisation. We work in partnership with the horticulture sector to invest in programs that provide benefit to the Australian horticultural industry.
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6. The Department Of Horticulture At Cornell University
Innovative teaching, research and outreach in the art and science of horticulture. These programs encompass the basic biology, ecology, production and utilization of horticultural products Department of horticulture. 134A Plant Science Bldg, Cornell University, Copyright by the Department of horticulture Website at Cornell University
Department of Horticulture
134A Plant Science Bldg, Cornell University,
Ithaca, NY 14853 USA
607-255-4568/1789, Fax: 607-255-9998/0599
19th Annual Seeley Conference
- "Understanding the Consumer: Is Floriculture Relevant?" June 26-29, Cornell campus, Ithaca, N.Y. Brochure. Association of Specialty Cut Flower Growers [legal-size .pdf brochure ] - July 27-28, Ithaca, N.Y. Trials, farm visits, lectures, container garden competition. Floriculture Field Day - July 28, Ithaca, N.Y. Includes the first annual Kathy Pufahl Memorial Container Design Competition and tour of Bluegrass Lane demonstrations. - July 29-31, Ithaca, NY. Co-sponsored by the American Horticultural Society, Dept. of Horticulture, and CCE Organic Gardening Course - Get your hands dirty this summer session at Dilmun Hill Student Organic Farm . June 29 to August 5, 2 credits. Mark your calendar
Check back later for more details on these events:
July 10: Cornell Plantations Herb Festival - Ithaca.

7. Horticulture And Home Pest News
horticulture Home Pest News is filled with articles on current horticulture, plant care, pest management, and common household pests written by Iowa State
is filled with articles on current horticulture, plant care, pest management, and common household pests written by Iowa State University Extension specialists in the Departments of Entomology Horticulture and Plant Pathology The newsletter is published weekly during the growing season (April to September) and monthly during the rest of the year. The subscription price is $20.00 per year (January to December). To subscribe, please fill out the subscription form (in Adobe PDF format). The following issues are available online Current Issue May 28, 2004
Previous Issue: May 21, 2004
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from 1992 to the present An index for each general area covered by the newsletter is now available (but is not current; we are working on automating updates to the index to include recent issues). You may get better results from the search engine. General Horticulture
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Insects (Home and Garden)

Outdoor Plants

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by the Department of Entomology Iowa State University , Ames, Iowa. Last updated May 27, 2004

8. KinderGARDEN
kinderGARDEN was created by Tina Waliczek and is maintained on Aggie horticulture, the information server of the Department of Horticultural Sciences, Texas
An introduction to the many ways children can interact with plants and the outdoors. There are many opportunities available for children to become involved with plants, gardens, or the outdoors in general. Some of these opportunities include children's programs at school gardens, botanic gardens or community gardens. This site contains ideas for gardening with kids. Children's Gardens Fun Page for Kids Take a Survey Research on Children's Gardens ... Special Tips for Gardening with Kids! kinderGARDEN received a Magellan 3 star rating. Magellan , produced by The McKinley Group, is an information guide to the Internet that rates Web sites for content and quality.
BONUS.COM Selects kinderGARDEN for Editor's Choice Award

kinderGARDEN was created by Tina Waliczek Sarah Lineberger . Please email with your comments and suggestions. Children's Gardens Fun Page Take a Survey Research ... KinderGARDEN

9. Horticulture Solutions Series
A collection of short notes on a number of horticultural topics.

10. Greenmount Campus
Education and training, and business and technology programmes to meet the needs of the agriculture and horticulture industries.
Providing education, training and technology support in agriculture, horticulture and countryside management
Greenmount offers a range of full time, part time and short courses to people entering and those already working in the NI Agri-food industry. Explore further to find how Greenmount can meet your needs... WEB POLL Are you going to the GREENMOUNT COUNTRY SHOW this year on 19th or 20th June? No
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11. University Of Arkansas ::: Dept. Of Horticulture ::: Home
The Department of horticulture at the University of Arkansas. The mission of the Department of horticulture at The University of Arkansas is to conduct applied and basic research to support and
Arkansas Horticulture Receives Top U.S. Educator and Student Awards
Horticulture Summer Seminar
Department of Horticulture
University of Arkansas
Plant Sciences Room 316
Phone: (479) 575-2603
Fax: (479) 575-8619
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12. Guernsey Horticulture Site - States Of Guernsey Committee For Horticulture
Guernsey Government site for the island's horticultural industry.
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This web site is produced and maintained by the States of Guernsey Committee for Horticulture. Please follow any of the links at the top of each page to discover more about the lovely island of Guernsey and its horticultural heritage. If you have any comments or questions about Guernsey's horticultural industry or about our web site, please let us know. The States of Guernsey Committee for Horticulture is at: Raymond Falla House
P O Box 459, Longue Rue
St Martins GY1 6AF
United Kingdom
Tel. +44 (0)1481 235741
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13. Strawberry Plants, Blueberry Plants, Specialty Fruits, Vegetable Plants
Suppliers of products to the fruit, vegetable, nursery, and specialty agriculture markets in the eastern U.S. Group of companies includes Indiana Berry and Plant Co. (different types of berries, rhubarb, asparagus, horseradish, Kiwi, and grapes). Other companies are Hadwin Supply and Berthoud Montana Sprayers.
The Superb Horticulture group of companies is at your service to provide top quality products for your specialty crops production needs. In the beginning, we specialized in small fruit crops but have now grown to be one of the superior suppliers of products to the fruit, vegetable, nursery and specialty agriculture markets in the eastern U.S. Click below to browse through our organization and get to know us. Thanks for stopping bySam, Carol, John H., Justine, Carla, Albert, Jeff, and the rest!
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14. Leisure And Living: Horticulture
Directory of garden centres, retail nurseries, wholesale nurseries, landscape gardeners, plant suppliers and official horticultural societies and organisations.
Introduction Site Map Affiliates Links ... Get Listed Home
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(enter your email address) To find exhibitions anywhere in the world for the horticulture industry click here
[ click to visit ] B2B Horticultural Directories Wholesale Nurseries: A-Z or by county
Find wholesale nurseries.
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Find suppliers of horticultural products or services.
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Find retail nurseries. Landscape Gardeners: A-Z or by county Find landscape gardeners. Other Directories Search for a horticultural company by name; click here Companies not otherwise classified; click here Browse the Affiliates Network for horticultural companies with their own websites; click here Make this page your Homepage [ click to visit website] Park Home Estates and Caravan Sites caravans park homes touring caravans Caravan Manufacturers a-z touring motor folding Caravan Dealers a-z by county Caravaning Supplies a-z by county Media Centre Readership Graph ... Wholesale Giftware

15. RNZIH - Royal New Zealand Institute Of Horticulture - Home Page
The mission of the RNZIH is to encourage, promote, and improve horticulture in New Zealand.
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Welcome to the Royal New Zealand Institute of Horticulture (RNZIH) Home Page! The RNZIH is this country's only National Horticultural Society. Our mission is to 'Encourage and improve horticulture in New Zealand by promoting the understanding, appreciation, conservation and use of plants'. Membership appeals to people from all walks of life.
Professional horticulturists to keen gardeners will benefit from the quality of information and access to knowledge offered by the Institute. On 25 March 2004, the RNZIH launched the New Zealand Gardens Trust, aimed at promoting the best in New Zealand gardens and horticulture. The NZGT website features a nationwide database of public and private gardens to visit We have also recently established an RNZIH Education Trust, to foster horticultural training and education The RNZIH also: Supports plant conservation projects and has compiled a National Register of significant collections Operates a national scheme to identify and register Notable Trees of New Zealand Organizes professional seminars on horticultural topics regionally

16. PlantFacts
A brief history of major figures in the history of horticulture developed from an outline that was distributed to students in Ohio State University Professor
In the Autumn of 1968, Professor Freeman S. Howlett taught Horticulture 805, a course titled "The History and Literature of Horticulture: From Earliest Times to the Present." The information presented herein constitutes Professor Howlett's course outline that was distributed to students. A copy of his Course Preface is also provided. Readers will notice the emphasis Professor Howlett placed on highlighting and cataloging the writings of the historical figures comprising the outline. We should point out that Professor's Howlett's course outline is not a complete history of horticulture. Our hope is to expand this resource over time into a fuller history. Readers desiring additional information on an individual are provided a link to other resources available on the Internet. HTML conversion and design by James Hoskins, Polly Hoffman, Lance Heron and Dr. Tim Rhodus of The Ohio State University.

17. Association For Women In Horticulture
An organization for women working in, or hoping to work in, the field of horticulture.
The Association for Women in Horticulture was formed in 1984 in Seattle, Washington by women entering the landscape and horticulture industry. Our mission: to promote the professional development and advancement of women in the horticultural industry in the Puget Sound area; by providing opportunities for business development, professional advancement, continuing education and personal enrichment. MISSION ACCOMPLISHED!! We are proud to announce the dissolution of this wonderfully successful organization. We thank the many hands that started AWH, those who made all the committees and events happen, and for those who supported us along the way. With 20 years of memories and successful businesses we say goodbye. Our paths will continue to cross as we pursue our dreams and goals. We encourage you to discover new challenges and professional networking through one of the many local professional and horticulural organizations (see links page for details) Best Regards

18. Horticulture For All Home Page
horticulture For All Home Page. horticulture for All is the working name of The Federation to Promote horticulture for Disabled People (FPHDP).
Horticulture For All Home Page
Horticulture for All is the working name of The Federation to Promote Horticulture for Disabled People (FPHDP). This is a charity designed to encourage and facilitate communication between people working in the fields of social and therapeutic horticulture. As members, we use horticulture as a means of improving skills, health and quality of life. We develop training, education and rehabilitation programme and work in day centres, special schools, hospitals, sheltered workshops and in the community. We work with people with special needs to design and manage environments they can live in with the aim of helping them to make the most of their abilities, to build confidence and increase their well-being. People have a natural affinity for gardens and gardening as food, medicines, relaxation and our very livelihood are often derived from plants. Some people reap benefits from working the soil, battling the weeds and watching plants grow. Others prefer to let others do the hard work, finding pleasure in simply being in a garden. Both the active and passive ways of enjoying horticulture are promoted by Federation members. Other members work professionally in horticultural therapy, in settings where clear treatment goals can be furthered by working with plants. In short, we aim to identify, research and promote the benefits of contact with plants to people's lives and to build links between people with common interests.

19. Aggie Horticulture
Aggie horticulture Web Site PULL DOWN TO SELECT A SECTION. SEARCH Aggie horticulture. New Features in Aggie horticulture. People. Student Info
PULL DOWN TO SELECT A SECTION SEARCH Aggie Horticulture New Features in Aggie Horticulture People Student Info Grad Info Classes Gardening just for KIDS Wildflowers in Bloom Tissue Culture TAMU EXTENSION CEMAP Texas Superstar(TM) Ornamentals Web East Texas Piney Woods Gardening South Texas Vegetable Web Texas Master Gardeners Links PLANTanswers Aggie Horticulture PicturePages hortIPM Vegetable Improvement Center Benz School of Floral Design AggieTurf Aggie Horticulture Contributors Aggie Horticulture Network Servers
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, Head of Horticultural Sciences, 202 Horticulture/Forest Science Building, College Station, TX 77843-2133. Phone: 979-845-5341 FAX: 979-845-0627. Aggie Horticulture was created and is maintained by Dan Lineberger . Graphic design by Dan Lineberger.
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20. Horticulture! What In The World Is More Beautiful?
The Horticultural Web, Friday May 21, 2004. SEARCH horticulture. Category Select Category NEW IN horticulture. Are you new to horticulture?$Webdbc.exe/model/nextid/htx/&/horticulture/

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