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Christy Cassady, Coordinator

Center for Crop Diversification
N-318 Agricultural Science Center
University of Kentucky
Lexington KY 40546-0091
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43 cultivars of hydrangea were evaluated for bloom potential

Nursery Crop Research

Hydrangea macrophylla as cut woody stems for the florist tradee
(PI: Sharon Bale)

Nursery crop development (PI: Win Dunwell)

Cut woody stems for the florist trade (PI: Bob McNeil)

Rudy Haag burning bush as a non-invasive alternative to current burning bush cultivars for Kentucky nursery production
(PI: Bob Geneve)

Sustainable management of insect pests and diseases of nursery-grown maples in Kentucky (PI: Dan Potter)

Development of a novel production system to enhance the survival and growth of flowering dogwood, Cornus florida, a high value crop with potential for Kentucky producers (PI: Bob Geneve)

Develop appropriate cultural practices for single-season container production of tropical vines using a single genus (Passiflora) as the model system. (PI: Mark Williams)

Optimizing pot-in-pot nursery production for Kentucky growers
(PI: Bob Geneve)

Nursery crop research results

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