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  • Infestations of gypsy moth increase during drought

    Published on May 1, 2019
    Localized rainfall patterns can lead to infestations of gypsy moth caterpillars in Michigan.

  • Anthony Soster is hoping to continue his horticulture studies after graduation at MSU

    Published on February 4, 2019
    Anthony Soster believes that he gets the most out of a bachelor's degree in horticulture from all of the hands-on experience he gets from his classes and his time studying abroad.

  • Jocelyn Lambe plans on being a greenhouse grower upon graduation from certificate program

    Published on May 3, 2018
    Jocelyn's best experiences in the Horticulture Certificate Program were the variety of experiences offered.

  • Combating the blueberry stem gall wasp

    Published on October 8, 2019
    Michigan State University researchers work together to create solutions, reduce impact of pest on Michigan’s blueberry crop.

  • Horticultural Therapy: Connecting People and Plants

    Date: Mar 08, 2019
    The Michigan Horticultural Therapy Association (MHTA) is excited for the 40th annual conference in conjunction with Agriculture and Natural Resources Week at Michigan State University (MSU).

  • Barslund Judd

    Consumer Horticulture Instructor
    Barslund Judd is a consumer horticulture instructor and Master Gardener Coordinator based in Genesee County.

  • Isaac Lartey values how he can impact others with a horticulture degree

    Published on August 2, 2019
    Isaac Lartey is pursuing a Ph.D in horticulture after receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in agriculture with a specialization in crop science. His hometown is Accra, Ghana, and he is working under the direction of Dr. Haddish Melakeberhan.

  • Producing exceptional tasting, high-quality fruit

    Published on January 1, 2019
    Todd Einhorn strives to cultivate trees that will consistently produce the right balance of flowers, fruit and leaves to produce “exceptional tasting, high-quality fruit.

  • Researchers uncover the origins of the cultivated strawberry

    Published on February 25, 2019
    A team of researchers, led by scientists at MSU and the University of California, Davis, has used the power of genomics to reveal the evolutionary origins of the cultivated strawberry and deciphered the genetic code of this highly coveted fruit.

  • Golf Courses

    Welcome to Michigan State University’s website featuring our news, recommendations and resources for maintaining golf courses.

  • Online College of Knowledge

    These online, self-paced courses provide basic training to floriculture growers in Michigan and beyond in an efficient and cost-effective manner. Each section consists of recorded lectures, self-assessment quizzes and links to more information.

  • Athletic Fields

    Welcome to Michigan State University’s website featuring our news, recommendations and resources for maintaining athletic fields.

  • Sod Production

    Welcome to Michigan State University’s website featuring our news, recommendations and resources for sod production.

  • Grow It Cook It Eat It

    Grow it, cook it, eat it is an informative, fun-filled series of four workshops designed to guide you from garden to table.

  • Native Plants and Ecosystem Services

    Using Michigan native plants to produce win-win situations for agriculture, communities and the environment.

  • Master Gardener Program

    The MSU Extension Master Gardener Program is an adult horticulture education and volunteer leader training program committed to improving science based horticulture information in communities throughout the state.

  • Christmas Trees

    MSU Extension’s programming for Christmas tree growers utilizes field educators, campus-based specialists and researchers to provide educational programming.

  • Horticulture postdoc researcher awarded USDA fellowship to study tree architecture

    Published on July 18, 2019
    MSU researcher Joseph Hill will study molecular-level tree growth as part of his two-year, $161,000 fellowship from the National Institute of Food and Agriculture through the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

  • Turf

    MSU Extension’s focus on turfgrass management brings together faculty, specialists, and educators who work with both professional turfgrass managers and homeowners in managing turfgrass in an environmentally responsible manner.

  • MSU's IMPACTS program: Where computer sciences and plant sciences meet

    Published on September 10, 2019
    Cross-training in computer sciences and plant sciences provide Michigan State University graduate students with a toolbox of skills to solve global agricultural problems.

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