Professor of Horticulture Tom Fernandez leads a research team investigating water quality and water management issues.
Rebecca Grumet, professor in the MSU Department of Horticulture, works in genetics, genomics and biotechnology involved with a group of food crops called cucurbits.
Tree fruit industries heavily rely on public and industry support, and banded together along with MSU to find a solution to keep the tree fruit industry competitive and sustainable.
An MSU research team is developing new techniques to eliminate the blueberry maggot, allowing Michigan growers to export their blueberries to new international markets.
MSU has teamed with Philips Lighting, a global leader in lighting solutions, to update greenhouse supplemental lighting on the university’s East Lansing, Michigan, campus.
Anthony Soster, an MSU horticulture student, is featured on the first airing of the Hort Report - a podcast produced by industry publications (Greenhouse Management, Garden Center, Nursery Management, and Produce Grower magazines).
Michigan State University plant biologists hosted the first ever Fascination of Plants Day on Saturday, May 20th at the Molecular Plant Sciences Building on main campus.
Michigan State University's Student Horticulture Association landscape team participated in the 41st Annual NALP (National Association of Landscape Professionals) National Collegiate Landscape Competition last week in Provo, Utah.
Helping growers learn about the latest advancements in supplemental, photoperiodic, and sole-source horticulture lighting and making the best decisions for their plants and business.
How do watermelons, teapots, snakes and some very hungry caterpillars end up on Christmas trees? It’s the result of a partnership between the MSU Department of Horticulture, the Department of Forestry and about 450 elementary schoolers.
Did participation in a student club enhance your MSU experience? This year's #GivingTUEsday campaign in the college is to raise $5,000 to support Student Club Grants through the CANR Alumni Association.
The National Association of Landscape Professionals announces its newest Trailblazers; individuals nominated by their peers for making significant contributions to the landscape industry and are committed to giving back to the industry.
As MSU adopts a new scheduling system for the coming academic year, Susan Gruber, the new undergraduate advisor for the agronomy and turfgrass students, encourages students to make academic advising appointments a priority.
Q&A with Lee Rainey, Freshman, Landscaping and Nursery Management, Institute of Agricultural Technology, Internship: TruNorth Landscaping; Traverse City, MI
The American Floral Endowment (AFE) has awarded the 2016 Paul Ecke, Jr. Scholarship to Kellie Walters of Michigan State University.