Resources

  1. Southern Association of Agricultural Experiment Station Directors

  2. North Central Association of Agricultural Experiment Station Directors (NCRA)

  3. Northeastern Regional Association of State Agricultural Experiment Station
    Directors (NERA)


  4. Western Association of Agricultural Experiment Station Directors (WAAESD)

SOUTHERN COOPERATIVE SERIES BULLETINS (last 5 years - electronic only)

SCSB 420 (
1-58161-420-9)
Trade Flow and Marketing Practices within the United States Green Industry: 2013 (S-1051) 2015

SCSB 413 (1-58161-415-2)
Economic Contributions of the Green Industry in the United States, 2007 (S1051) 2011

SCSB 411 (1-58161-411)
Trade Flow and Marketing Practices within the United States Nursery Industry: 2008 (S-1051) 2010

SCSB 404 (1-58161-404-7)
Trade Flow and Marketing Practices within the United States Nursery Industry: 2003 (S-290) 2005

SCSB 402 (1-58161-402-0)
The Economics of Producing Nursery Crops Using the Pot-in-Pot Production System: Two Case Studies (S-290) TN 2002

SCSB 401 (1-58161-401-2)
Enhancing Profitability in Greenhouse Firms (S-290) TN 2002

SCSB 397 (1-58161-397-0)
Trade Flows and Marketing Practices Within the United States Nursery Industry: 1998
(S-290/S-103) TN 2000



PUBLICATIONS SINCE 2000

Acuna, A, H.M. Mathers. 2005. Extension outreach for Hispanic workers: Ohio and beyond. HortScience 40(4):1063.

Barton, S., R. Darke and G. Schwetz. 2005. Enhancing Delaware Highways: Roadside Vegetation Concept and Planning Manual. Delaware Department of Transportation.

Beattie, D. J., Berghage, R. D. and Snodgrass, E. 2005. Plants and Substrates are the Heart of the Green Roof. Proc Int. Plant Prop. Soc. Accepted for Publication.

Behe, B., Hardy, J., Barton, S., Brooker, J., Fernandez, T., Hall, C., Hicks, J., Hinson, R., Knight, P., McNiel, R., Page, T., Rowe, B., Safley, C. and Schutzki, R. 2005. Landscape Plant Material, Size, and Design Sophistication Increase Perceived Home Value. Journal of Environmental Horticulture. 23:3:127-133.

Bigger, M. M., H.M. Mathers. 2005. Root hardiness and the influence of NA herbicides in overwintered containers. HortScience 40(4):1024.

Bigger, M.M., and H.M. Mathers. 2005. Root hardiness and the influence of dinitroaniline herbicides in overwintered containers. Northeastern Weed Science Society Proceedings. 59:36.

Brooker, J., D. Eastwood, C. Hall, K. Morris, A. Hodges, and J. Haydu. 2005. Trade Flows and Marketing Practices within the United States Nursery Industry. Southern Cooperative Series Bulletin 404, 76 pp.

Brooker, John, Charles R. Hall, David Eastwood and Alan W. Hodges. 2005. Marketing Practices Within the U.S. Nursery Industry: the 2003 National Survey. Proceedings of the Southern Nursery Association Research Conference, 50:

Brumfield, R.G. 2005. Benchmarks for Small Greenhouses. Presented at the 4th National Small Farm Conference, Greensboro, NC, Nov. 16-19, 2005.

Case, L.T. and H.M. Mathers. 2005. Herbicide-treated mulches for weed control in nursery container crops. Journal of Enviro. Hort. (In press).

Case L.T. and H.M. Mathers. 2005. Oryzalin movement in one-gallon containers from spray oryzalin-treated mulch applications. HortScience 40(4):1102.

Case L.T. and H.M. Mathers. 2005. Effects of dinitroaniline herbicides on root development in containers. Northeastern Weed Science Society Proceedings. 59:38.

Case, L.T., H.M. Mathers and A. F. Senesac. 2005. A review of weed control practices in container nurseries. HortTechnology 15(3):535-545.

DeNardo, J. C., Jarrett, A. R., Manbeck, H. B., Beattie, D. J. and Berghage, D. D. 2005. Stormwater mitigation and surface temperature reduction by green roofs. Transactions of ASAE 48(4): 1491-1496.

Hall, C.R. 2005. The Price is Right. American Nurseryman. 202(6). September 15.

Hall, C.R. 2005. Key Website Characteristics for Effective Green Industry Marketing. Tennessee Green Industry Tips. Vol.1, Issue 2. Summer issue.

Hall, C.R. 2005. Economic Impact of the Green Industry in the United States. Tennessee Green Industry Tips. Vol.1, Issue 3. Fall.

Hall, C., Eastwood, D., Combs, B. and Brooker, J. 2005. Structural Changes in the U.S. Nursery Industry 1988-2003. Proceedings of Southern Nurserymen's Associations Research Conference Fiftieth Annual Report. Vol. 50.

Hall, C., Brooker, J. and Eastwood, D. 2005. Structural Changes in the United States Nursery Industry 1988-2003. Proceedings of Southern Nursery Association Research Conference. Vol. 50. August.

Hall, Charles C., A.W. Hodges, and J.J. Haydu. 2005. Economic Impacts of the Green Industry in the United States. The Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, 81pp.

Hall, Charles R., Alan W. Hodges and John J. Haydu. 2005. Economic Impacts of the Green Industry in the United States. Report to the National Urban and Community Forestry Advisory Committee; University of Florida/IFAS electronic document FE566, July 2005, 88 pages, available at http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu.

Hall, C., Sorochan, J., Samples, T., McElroy, S. and Robinson, D. 2005. Cost of Managing a Bermudagrass Football Field in Tennessee. UT Extension. SP651.

Harod, J., S. Barton, V. Budischak, J. Gochenaur, F. Kuehn and G. Schwetz. 2005. Controlling Backyard Invaders. Delaware Cooperative Extension, Newark, DE.

Haydu, John J. and Alan W. Hodges. 2005. Florida sod production industry: a look back at the past forty years. Proceedings of the Southern Nursery Association Research Conference, 50:

Haydu, John J., Alan W. Hodges and Charles R. Hall. 2005. Economic Impacts of the Turfgrass Industry in the United States. Report to the International Turfgrass Producers Foundation, University of Florida/IFAS, 41 pages.

Haydu, John J., L.N. Satterthwaite, and J.L. Cisar. 2005. An Economic and Agronomic Profile of Florida's Sod Production Industry in 2003. Florida Agricultural Experiment Stations, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Food & Resource Economics Department, Mid-Florida REC, University of Florida, IFAS, April, 34 pp.

Hodges, Alan W., Charles R Hall and John J. Haydu. 2005. The Big Green Machine. Ornamental Outlook, p. 36, Nov. 2005.

Hodges, Alan W., Charles R. Hall and John J. Haydu. 2005. Economic Impacts of the Environmental Horticulture Industry in the United States. Proceedings of the Southern Nursery Association Research Conference, vol 50, pp. 305-310, Dec. 2005.

Hodges, Alan W. and John J. Haydu. Analyze This! Greenhouse Grower, p. 60, May 2005.

Hodges, A., Haydu, J. and Hall, C. 2005. Economic Impacts of the Environmental Horticulture Industry in the United States. Proceedings of Southern Nurserymen's Associations Research Conference Fiftieth Annual Report. Vol. 50.

Jarecki, M., Kling, J.G. and Williams, D.J. 2005. Effect of planting depth on the growth of four taxa of shade trees. Proceeding from the Root Architecture Symposium, Morton Arboretum, Lisle, Illinois.

Klingeman, W., Hall, C. and Babbit, B. 2005. Master Gardener Perception of Genetically Modified Ornamental Plants. Proceedings of Southern Nurserymen's Associations Research Conference Fiftieth Annual Report. Vol. 50.

Mathers, H.M. 2005. Ornamental weed control. Summary of presentations Ohio pesticide applicator recertification conference Pp. 42-47.

Mathers, H.M. 2005. Greenhouse weed control. American Nurseryman 202(7): 24-26, 28-29.

Mathers, H.M. 2005. Overwintering ornamental plant material: The cold facts. Indiana Nursery and Landscape News 65(5):30-33.

Mathers, H.M. 2005. Problematic weeds in Ohio landscapes and nurseries: Part 4. The Buckeye. January Pp. 16 and 18.

Mathers, H.M. 2005. The power of Ayuda Techna: Technical training opportunities for Hispanic employees. The Buckeye. June Pp. 14, 17.

Mathers, H.M. and L.T. Case. 2005. Field evaluation of various herbicide and mulch combinations for ornamental weed control. HortScience 40(4):997-998.

Mathers, H.M. and L.T. Case. 2005. Field evaluation of various herbicide and mulch combinations for ornamental weed control. Northeastern Weed Science Society Proceedings 59:45.

Mathers, H.M. and L.T. Case. 2005. Problematic weeds in Ohio landscapes and nurseries: Part 4. The Buckeye. February Pp. 15-18.

Mathers, H. M. and L.T. Case. 2005. The latest research in ornamental weed control. Part 1: Issues, new herbicides. The Buckeye. March Pp. 15-18.

Mathers, H. M. and L.T. Case. 2005. The latest research in ornamental weed control. Part 2: New formulations. The Buckeye. April Pp. 14, 18.

Mathers, H. M. and L.T. Case. 2005. The latest research in ornamental weed control. Part 3: Field evaluation of various herbicide and mulch combinations for ornamental weed control. The Buckeye. May Pp. 14, 18, 20.

Mathers, H.M. and L.T. Case. 2005. Field evaluation of various herbicide and mulch combinations for ornamental weed control. The Buckeye. July Pp. 18-19.

Mathers, H.M. E.S.I. Grosskurth, M. M. Bigger, L.T. Case and J.A. Pope. 2005. Development of an Ohio liner production system in retractable roof houses: Field comaparison with West Coast-grown liners. HortScience 40(4):1048.

Mathers, H.M., S.B. Lowe, D.K. Struve and C. Scagel. 2005. Factors altering root growth in nursery containers. Part 2: Media decomposition and chemical Properties. The Buckeye. October Pp. 15-18.

Mathers, H.M., S.B. Lowe, D.K. Struve and C. Scagel. 2005. Factors altering root growth in nursery containers. Part 1: Media physical properties. The Buckeye. September Pp. 15-18.

Mathers, H.M., J.A. Pope and L.T. Case. 2005. Further investigations into herbicide treated mulch. Northeastern Weed Science Society Proceedings. 59:47.

Mathers, H.M., A. A. Stoven, D. K. Struve, L.T. Case and E. S. I. Grosskurth. 2005. Liners benefit from retractable roofs. Nursery Management and Production 21(9):67-70.

Mathers, H.M., A. A. Stoven, D. K. Struve, E. S. I. Grosskurth and L.T. Case 2005. Tree liner production in retractable roof greenhouses (RRGs). The Buckeye. Educational Update. June Pp. 1-8.

Mathers, H. M., and Stushnoff, C. 2005. Screening Malus seedlings for cold resistance. HortScience 40 (2):318-322.

Mathers, H. M., Yeager, T. and Case, L. T. 2005. Improving irrigation water use in container nurseries. HortTechnology 15(1):8-12.

Maynard, B. 2005. What is Your Favorite Plant? Rhode Island Nursery and Landscape Association Newsletter. 51(3):14-16.

McNiel, R. E. & S. Bale. 2005. Evaluation of Hydrangea macrophylla for Cut Stem Potential. Nur. Land. Prog. Res. Report PR-520. Univ. of Kentucky. pp. 35-36.

Park, D.M., Cisar, J.L., McDermitt, D.K., Williams, K.E., Haydu, J.J., and Miller, W.P. 2005. Using Red and Infrared Reflectance and Visual Observation to Monitor Turf Quality and Water Stress in Surfactant-treated Bermudagrass Under Reduced Irrigation. Journal of International Turfgrass Research, 10(2): 115-120.

Phillips, J. D. 2005. Assessing Consumer Preference for Value-Added Horticultural Products. M.S. Thesis. The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, 106 pp.

Sicuranza J., N. Castrataro, B. Johnson, and B. Maynard. 2005. Softwood Cutting Propagation of Native Lauraceae (Lindera benzoin (L.) Bl. and Sassafras albidum (Nutt.) Nees.) as Alternatives to Invasive Horticultural Plants. Proc. Int. Plant Prop. Soc. 55: (in press).

Stachler, J, M. Rose, H.M. Mathers (Technical advisors/contributors). Folck, C. and J. Kick-Raack. 2005. Ohio pesticide applicator training: A study guide for commercial industrial vegetation applicators. Ohio State University Extension Bulletin 841-5. Pp. 1-105.

Thuring, C. E. 2005. Green Roof Plant Responses to Different Media and Depths when Exposed to Drought. M.S. Thesis. The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, 96 pp.

Uva, W.L. 2005. Chapter 5. Variable Costs: General Discussion, Chapter 6. Calculating Variable Costs, and Chapter 15. Profitability in the Greenhouse Industry. -Tips on Operating a Profitable Greenhouse Business. OFA-An Association of Floriculture Professionals. Columbus, Ohio.

Uva, W.L. 2005. Chapter 10. Ornamentals. New York Economic Handbook 2006. Dept. of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.

Wehry, R. H., Kelley, K. M., Berghage, R. D. and Sellmer, J. C. 2005. Using intercept and telephone survey methods to assess consumer awareness and purchasing of Pennsylvania gardener selects, HortTechnology 15 (1): 157-163.

Adrian, John L., Jennifer J. Cain, Patricia A. Duffy, Elizabeth A. Guertal, and J. Walter Prevatt. 2004. Turfgrass-Sod Production: An Economic Evaluation. J. Amer. Society Farm Mgrs. & Rural Appraisers. pp.12-18.

Anderson, D. and Williams D.J. 2003. Miles C. Hartley Selections Garden 2003 trials evaluation report. Arboretum Series 03-001. pp.1-35.

Beeson, R.C., J.J. Haydu, T.H. Yeager, G.W. Knox, D. Hamon, and J. Caron. 2003. Container Systems for Reducing Overhead Irrigation Application Rates, Proceedings: Southern Nurseryman Association, (48):454-456.

Behe, Bridget K., Elizabeth C. Moore, Arthur C. Cameron, Forest S. Carter. 2003. Consumer Perceptions for and Uses and Perceptions of Selected Flowering Perennial Plants. HortScience 38(3):460-464.

Brooker, J., Hall, C. and Eastwood, D. 2003. Structural Changes in the U.S. Nursery Industry: A Graphical Analysis Using GIS Technology. Proceedings of SNA Annual Conference, 2003, Atlanta, GA.

Brumfield, R.G. 2004. Profitable poinsettias. Grower Talks, Feburary 2004. http://www.growertalks.com/display.asp?ArticleID=817.

Brumfield, R.G. 2003. Growing on contract. Brumfield American Nurseryman. 198(3):49-51.

Brumfield, R.G. 2003. Should you consider contract growing? GMPro 23(9):59-62.

Brumfield, R.G. 2003. Is your greenhouse green? Greenhouse Product News 13(4):66-69.

Brumfield, R.G. 2003. Greenhouse cost management: a 1/2 day bottom line building workshop. Proceedings of the 2003 National Extension Risk Management Education Conference March 26-27, 2003, Dallas/FortWorth, TX.

Brumfield, R.G. Economic and Marketing Issues from a Growers Perspective. 2003. USDA Outlook Forum, February 20-21, 2003, Arlington, VA, http://www.usda.gov/oce/waob/oc2003/program.htm#nursery.

Cain, J. J., J. L. Adrian, P. M. Duffy, and E. Guertal. 2003. "Turfgrass-Sod Production in Alabama: Economics and Marketing," AAES Bulletin 653, Auburn University.

Case, L., Mathers, H. 2003. Long term effects of herbicide treated mulches for ornamental weed control. Northeastern Weed Science Society Proceedings 57: 39.

Cisar, J. L., J. E. Erickson, G. H. Snyder, J. J. Haydu, and J. E. Volin. 2003. Documenting Nutrient Leaching and Runoff from Urban Landscapes. Chapter 12, Environmental Inpacts of Fertilizer Products on Soil, Air, and Water, W. Hall and W. Robarge, eds.

Dicks, Bradley R., P.J. van Blokland and John J. Haydu. Florida Forest Industry. Teaching and Learning Paper Series, TLP 03-08. Dept. of Food & Resource Economics, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, IFAS, University of Florida.

Gao, G. Y., J.J. Smith, J.A. Chatfield, J.F. Boggs, E.A. Draper and H.M. Mathers. 2003. Key results of the 2001 Ohio green industry survey. OSU Special Circular 189: 139-144.

Gardner, J., Eastwood, D., Brooker, J. and Klingeman, B. 2003. Consumers Valuation of Disease-Resistant Nursery Stock: A Case Study of Dogwoods. J. of Agribusiness 21:1:103-116. Spring.

Hall, C. and Brooker, J. 2003. Key Website Characteristics for Effective Green Industry Marketing. Proceedings of SNA Annual Conference. August. Atlanta, GA.

Hall, C. and Brooker, J. 2003. A Strategic Framework for Customer Relationship Management. Proceedings of SNA Annual Conference. Atlanta, GA.

Hall, Charles, John Haydu, and Ken Tilt. 2002. The Economics of Producing Nursery Crops Using the Pot-in-Pot Production System: Two Case Studies. Southern Cooperative Series Bulletin #402, ISBN 1-58161-402-0.

Hall, Charles (author and editor), Susan Barton, Bridget Behe, Robin Brumfield, Richard Harkass, Charles Safley, and P.J. Van Blokland. 2002. Enhancing Profitability in the Greenhouse. Southern Cooperative Series Bulletin #401. ISBN: 1-58161-401-2.

Haydu, John J and Daniel E. Legard. 2003. An Economic Analysis of Preharvest Fungicide Applications to Control Botrytis Fruit Rot in Annual Strawberries in Florida. HortScience, Vol. 38(1):124-127.

Haydu, J.J., A.W. Hodges, and J.L. Cisar. 2003. A Financial Appraisal of Floridas Environmental Horticulture Industry. Journal of American Academy of Business, Cambridge, Vol.2(2):386-392.

Haydu, John J. and Alan W. Hodges. 2003. Developing New Markets for Turfgrass-sod in the United States. Proceedings: The Economics and International Business Research Conference, Vol.2(1):12-17.

Hinson, R., R. Pinel and D. Hughes. 2003. Louisiana‘‘‘‘s Green Industry: Evaluation of its Economic Contribution, R.I.S. 108, LAES, Louisiana State University Agricultural Center, La. State Univ., Baton Rouge.

Hodges, Alan, W, John.J. Haydu. 2003. Structural Adaptation in the Florida Ornamental Plant Nursery Industry. Journal of American Academy of Business, Cambridge, Vol. 2(2):393-399.

Hodges, Alan W. and J.J. Haydu. 2003. Golf, Tourism, and Amenity-based Development in Florida. Proceedings: The Economics and International Business Research Conference, Vol. 2(1):127-134.

Johansen, S. and Mathers, H. 2003. High temperature stress effects on water use and nutrient utilization in container systems. HortScience Program and Abstracts. 38(5):675.

Kelley, Kathleen M. Bridget K. Behe, and Elizabeth H. Moore. 2003. Comparison of Consumer Purchasing of Campanula carpatica Jacq. Blue Clips in Selected Supermarket Retail Floral Departments as an Indoor Flowering Potted Plant. HortScience. 38(1):121-123.

Mathers, H.M. 2003. Eight types of winter injury. The Buckeye. December. Pp. 8-9.

Mathers, H.M. 2003. New irrigation research. The Buckeye. November. Pp. 8-9.

Mathers, H.M. 2003. Water quality for ornamentals: Part 4. The Buckeye. October. Pp. 8-9.

Mathers, H.M. 2003. Water quality for ornamentals: Part 3. The Buckeye. September. Pp. 8-9.

Mathers, H.M. 2003. Water quality for ornamentals: Part 2. The Buckeye. August. Pp. 8-9.

Mathers, H.M. 2003. Water quality for ornamentals: Part 1. The Buckeye. July. Pp. 9, 14.

Mathers, H.M. 2003. Breaking the language barrier: Part 2. Happiness and retention. The Buckeye. June. Pp. 9, 14-15.

Mathers, H.M. 2003. Breaking the language barrier: Part 1. Building relationships. The Buckeye. April. Pp. 18-20.

Mathers, H.M. 2003. Top 10 ways to conserve water 19(11): 30-32, 33-35.

Mathers, H.M. 2003. Hispanic labor comparisons: The Northwest and Midwest. Nursery Management & Production 19(10): 34-35.

Mathers, H. M. 2003. Water quality for ornamentals. American Nurserymen 198(5): 32-34, 36-37.

Mathers, H.M., D. Struve and A. Stoven. 2003. Liners under retractable roofs. Nursery Management & Production 19(1): 53-54, 56. (75|pct| contribution).

Mathers, H.M. 2003. Stop herbicide resistance. Nursery Management & Production 19(9): 52-54, 56, 58, 60.

Mathers, H. M., 2003. Technical information requested for Hispanic nursery employees - Survey Results from Oregon and Ohio. Journal of Environmental Horticulture. Accepted. In Press. (70|pct| Ohio and 30|pct| Oregon).

Mathers, H.M., 2003. Temperature stress issues in nursery containers and current methods of protection. HortTechnology 13(4): 8-15 (100|pct| Ohio).

Mathers, H.M. 2003. Novel weed control methods in containers. HortTechnology 13(1): 28-34.

Mathers, H.M. 2003. Herbicide-treated mulches address some environmental concerns. Golfdom TurfGrass Trends 59(1): 46-48.

Mathers, H., Case, L., Stoven, A., Johansen, S. and Pope, J. 2003. Examination of ornamental weed control using micro-encapsulated herbicide treated bark mulches. Northeastern Weed Science Society Proceedings 57: 82.

Mathers, H., Case, L., Stoven, A., Johansen, S. and Pope, J. 2003. Comparison of herbicide treated barks and pelletized leaf mulch for ornamental weed control. Northeastern Weed Science Society Conference Proceedings 57: 58.

Mathers, H., Case L., Stoven, A., Pope, J., Johansen, S. 2003. Evaluation of new dicholbenil and flumioxazin preemergent herbicide formulations for ornamentals. Northeastern Weed Science Society Proceedings 57: 59.

Mathers, H. 2003. Overview of nursery irrigation management. Ornamental Working Group Workshop: Nursery Irrigation Management. HortScience Program and Abstracts. 38(5): 656.

Mathers, H. 2003. Technical information requirements for Hispanic nursery employees-Survey results from Oregon and Ohio. HortScience Program and Abstracts. 38(5):700.

Mathers, H., Case, L., Stoven, A., Johansen, S. and Pope, J. 2003. Examination of ornamental weed control using micro-encapsulated herbicide treated bark mulches. Proceedings of Southern Nurserymen‘‘‘‘s Association Research Conference 48: 355-357.

Mathers, H. 2003. Weed control in ornamentals: The latest research. Proceedings of the 21st Annual Southern Illinois Grounds Maintenance School. Pp. 14-18.

McClellan, C. F.E. Stegelin, R. E. McNiel, S. C. Turner. 2003. Historical price series analysis of seleted woody ornamentals. Southern Nursery Association Research Conf. Proc. 48.

Owen, J.S. Jr., W.A. Johnson, and B.K. Maynard. 2003. A Comparison or Subirrigation System, Basal Temperature, and Auxin Concentration on Rooting of Stem Cuttings of Ilex glabra. J. Envir. Hort. 21: (accepted for publication)

Owen, J.S. Jr., W.A. Johnson, and B.K. Maynard. 2003. Effects of Auxin Concentration and Basal Stem Temperature on Four Woody Plant Taxa Propagated by Stem Cuttings in a Growth Chamber using Recirculating Subirrigation. J. Envir. Hort. 21: (accepted for publication).

Pinel, R. 2003. Establishing The Economic Impact of the Green Industry on Louisiana‘‘‘‘s Economy. Unpublished thesis, Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness, Louisiana State University.

Pinel, R., R. Hinson and R. Navajas. 2003. Establishing the Economic Impact of the Green (Ornamental Plants) Industry at the State Level. Abstract: Proceedings of the Southern Agricultural Economics Association, Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics, Vol. 35, No. 2, p 441, 2003.

Stegelin, F.and S.C. Turner.An Example Protocol for a New Plant Introduction. Proceedings of the Southern Nurseryman‘‘‘‘s Association Research Conference Forty Fourth Annual Report 2002,p. 543-548.

Struve, D. K., Starbuck, C. and Mathers, H. 2003. Transplanting Red Oak using the Missouri gravel bed system. HortScience Program and Abstracts. 38(5):836.

Tavernier, E.M. and R.G. Brumfield. 2003. An Economic analysis of the greenhouse, nursery and sod sector in the U.S. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 38(1):128-130.

Uva, W.L. 2003. Adjusted Gross Revenue Lite, a Greenhouse Operation Case Study. http://hortmgt.aem.cornell.edu/events/agr-lite.htm. Dept. of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.

Uva, W.L. 2003. Service Sells, Learn how to market your business the right way. Grounds Maintenance. April 2003: C2, 3, 6.

Uva, W.L. 2003. Northeast Outlook, Ornamental Industries. American Agriculturist. February 2003: 32.

Uva, W.L. and S. Richards, 2003. New York Greenhouse Business Summary and Financial Analysis, 2001. E.B. 2003-12. Dept. of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.

White, G.B., W.L. Uva, and M.L. Cheng. 2003. Analysis of Risk Management Practices of Specialty Crop Producers in New York: Implications for Crop Insurance. R.B. 2003-10. Dept. of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.

Barton et. al. 2002. Establishing and Operating A Garden Center: Requirements and Costs, 2nd Edition, NRAES.

Barton, S., B. Behe, R. Brumfield, C. Hall, R. Harkess, C. Safley, and P.J. van Blokland. 2002. Enhancing profitability in greenhouse firms. So. Coop. Ser. Bull. 401.

Behe, Bridget, Art Cameron, Kathy Kelley, Elizabeth Moore, Erin Nausieda, Beth Fausey, Royal Heins, and Will Carlson. 2002. Turning Perennials Inside Out. Nursery and Landscape Research Projects and Educational Programs Booklet 2001. Published by Michigan State University. Diane Brown-Rytlewski editor. p14-17.

Behe, Bridget, Kathleen Kelley, Jim Heilig, and Rachel Walden. 2002. Survey of Southern Growers of Annuals and Perennials. Southern Nursery Association Research Conference Proceedings. 45:516-518.

Behe, B.K., R.M. Walden R. D. Lineberger, M. Duck, B. Cregg. 2002. Consumer Preferences For Table-top Christmas Trees. Abstract Number: International Society of Horticultural Science, Toronto, Canada.

Behe, Bridget and Susan Barton. 2002. Consumer Perceptions of Product and Service Quality Attributes in Six U.S. States. Nursery and Landscape Research Projects and Educational Programs Booklet 2001. Published by Michigan State University. Diane Brown-Rytlewski editor. p46-48.

Behe, Bridget, Elizabeth Moore, and Art Cameron. 2002. Examining Consumer Perceptions About Selected Flowering Perennial Plants. Nursery and Landscape Research Projects and Educational Programs Booklet 2001. Published by Michigan State University. Diane Brown-Rytlewski editor. p48-50.

van Blokland, P., A. Hodges and J. Haydu. 2002. Using Probabilities to Make Budgets More Realistic. Proceedings of the Hawaii Conference on Business, Honolulu, HI.

Brooker, J. and C. Hall. 2002. Interstate Trade Flows of Nursery Sales by Market Outlet and Destination: Five Selected States. Proceedings of Research Conference, SNA, Atlanta, GA, 2002.

Gardner, J., D. Eastwood, J. Brooker, J. Riley, and B. Klingeman. 2002. Consumers' Willingness-To-Pay for Powdery Mildew Resistant Flowering Dogwoods. Research Series 02-02, Department of Agricultural Economics, February, 2002.

Gardner, J., D. Eastwood, C. Hall, and J. Brooker. 2002. How Much Should I Charge? Applying Decision Analysis Tools to the Pricing of Flowering Dogwood Trees that are Resistant to Powdery Mildew. Research Series 07-02, Department of Agricultural Economics, July, 2002.

Hall, C. and J. Brooker. 2002. Structural Changes in the Distribution of Nursery Sales by Market Outlet for Five Selected States. Proceedings of Research Conference, SNA, Atlanta, GA, 2002.

Hall, C., J. Haydu, and K. Tilt. 2002. The Economics of Producing Nursery Crops Using the Pot-in-Pot Production System: Two Case Studies. Southern Cooperative Series Bulletin No. 402, November 2002.

Hall, C. 2002. Editor, Enhancing Profitability in Greenhouse Firms. Southern Cooperative Series Bulletin No. 401, May 2002.

Hardy, Jill, Bridget K. Behe, Thomas J. Page, Robert E. Schutzki, R. Thomas Fernandez, D. Bradley Rowe. 2002. Consumer Preferences for Plant Size, Type of Plant Material and Design Sophistication in Residential Landscaping. Nursery and Landscape Research Projects and Educational Programs Booklet 2001. Published by Michigan State University. Diane Brown-Rytlewski editor. p 50-51.

Haydu, J.J. A.W. Hodges, L.N. Satterthwaite and J.L. Cisar. 2002. Market Expansion Strategies for Turfgrass Producers in the Central U.S., Part 2. Turf Dollars and Sense, 14, pp. 1-4.

Haydu, J.J. A.W. Hodges, L.N. Satterthwaite and JL Cisar. 2002. Market Expansion Strategies for Turfgrass Producers in the Central U.S., Part 3. Turf Dollars and Sense, 14, pp. 1-4.

Haydu, J.J. A.W. Hodges, L.N. Satterthwaite and JL Cisar. 2002. Market Expansion Strategies for Turfgrass Producers in the Central U.S., Part 4. Turf Dollars and Sense, 14, pp. 1-4.
20. Hodges, A. Outlook for Ornamental Plants. 2001. Food & Resource Economics Newsletter, University of Florida.

Haydu, John J., Alan W. Hodges, and Ronald W. Ward. 2002. Market Analysis of the Capillary Mat Irrigation Technology in the Southeastern United States. EDIS Document FE 334, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, University of Florida.

Haydu, J.J., R.C. Beeson, A.W. Hodges, J. Carron, and PJ van Blokland. 2002. Cost-Benefit Analysis of Alternative Irrigation Technologies for Container-grown Landscape Plants. Proceedings of the Hawaii Conference on Business, Honolulu, HI.

Haydu, J.J., A.W. Hodges, and J.L. Cisar. 2002. Container-grown Nursery Crops as a Solution to Small Farm Profitability. Proceedings of the Hawaii Conference on Business, Honolulu, HI.

Haydu, John J. and A.W. Hodges. 2002. Economic Dimensions of the Florida Golf Course Industry. EDIS document FE 344, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.

Haydu, John J. and Alan W. Hodges. 2002. Market Analysis of the Capillary Mat Irrigation Technology in the Southeastern United States. Economic Information Report, EIR 02-1, University of Florida, 22 p.

Haydu, John J. and Alan W. Hodges. 2002. Economic Impact of Floridas Golf Course Industry. Economic Information Report, EIR 02-4, University of Florida, 30 p.

Haydu, John J. and Loretta Satterthwaite and John L. Cisar. 2002. An Economic and Agronomic Profile of Floridas Sod Industry in 2000. Economic Information Report, EIR 02-6, University of Florida, 25 p.

Haydu, John J. and Alan W. Hodges. 2002. Summary of Florida Sod Production. TPI Turf News, Vol.26, No.1, p. 34.

Haydu, John J. and Alan W. Hodges. 2002. Contribution of Floridas Golf Course Industry to the States Economy. Florida Turf Digest, Vol.19, No.4, pp. 8-14.

Haydu, John J. and Alan W. Hodges. 2002. Contribution of Floridas Golf Course Industry to the States Economy. The Florida Green, Summer Edition, pp. 40-46.

Hodges, Alan W.and J.J. Haydu. 2002. Economic Impacts of the Florida Environmental Horticulture Industry, 2000. Economic Information Report, EI 02-3, IFAS, University of Florida, 79 p.

Hodges, Alan W. and John J. Haydu. 2002. Floridas Nursery and Landscape Industry Soars to Record Economic Heights. Farm Credit Leader, Winter, 2002. Farm Credit of Central Florida, pp.4-7.

Hodges, Alan W. and John J. Haydu. 2002. Demographic Trends in the United States Relevant for Sod Producers. TPI Turf News, Vol.26, No.1, pp. 36, 38, 40-41, 44-45.

Hodges, Alan W. and John J. Haydu. 2002. Florida Green Industry Makes Enormous Economic Impact. Ornamental Outlook, Vol.11, No.9, September, pp. 38-40.

Hodges, Alan W. and John J. Haydu. 2002. Competition in the Market for Manufactured Horticultural Containers in the Southeastern United States. EDIS document FE 336, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.

Hodges, A. and J. Haydu. 2002. Economic Impacts of the Florida Environmental Horticulture Industry. EDIS document FE 338, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.

Hodges, Alan, W and J.J. Haydu. 2002. Competition in the Horticulture Container Market in the Southeastern United States. Southern Nursery Association Research Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Hodges, Alan W.and J.J. Haydu. 2002. Economic Impacts of the Florida Environmental Horticulture Industry, 2000. Southern Nursery Association Research Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Hodges, A.W., J.J. Haydu, and P.J. van Blokland. 2002. Competition in the Horticulture Container Market in the Southeastern United States. Hawaii Conference on Business, Honolulu, HI.

Kelley, Kathleen M., Bridget K. Behe, John A. Biernbaum, and Kenneth L. Poff. 2002. Combinations of Colors and Species of Containerized Edible Flowers: Effect on Consumer Preferences. HortScience 37(1):218-22.

Mathers, H.M. 2002. Tackling Heat Stress in Container Stock. OSU Special Circular 186: 97-102.

Mathers, H.M. and Zondag, R. 2002. Nursery Stock Production Using Pot-In-Pot Technique. The Buckeye. February 2002:14-15, 20.

Mathers, H.M. 2002. Nursery Irrigation Management Part I: Waste Not, Want Not. The Buckeye. March 2002:14-16.

Mathers, H.M. 2002. Nursery Irrigation Management Part II: Efficiency and Water Conservation. The Buckeye. April 2002:14-17.

Mathers, H.M. 2002. Achieve optimum fertility: Why it's Important to Watch pH, Macros and Micros. Nursery Management & Production 18(3):65-66, 68-71, 73-74.

Mathers, H.M. 2002. Nursery Irrigation Management. Part 3: Plant-Driven Irrigation. The Buckeye. May 2002:14-15, 18.

Mathers, H.M. 2002. Nursery Irrigation Management. Part 4: Do you have a Plan? The Buckeye. June 2002:14-16.

Mathers, H.M. 2002. Choosing the Right Herbicide. Part 1. The Buckeye. July 2002:14-16.

Mathers, H.M. and Zondag, R. 2002. Top 5 Pot-in-pot Problems. What to Avoid, and Quick Solutions to Ease Production and Improve Crops. Nursery Management & Production 18(7):61, 62, 65, 66, 68, 70.

Mathers, H.M. 2002. Choosing the Right Herbicide. Part II. The Buckeye. August 2002:14-15, 17.

Mathers, H.M. and Quigley, M. OSU Editors. 2002. Ohio State University News for the Green Industry / Noticias para la Industria Ecologia. Issue 2, Volume 2. August 2002: 1-8.

Mathers, H.M. 2002. Uncovering the Truth about Mulches. The Buckeye. September 2002:14-15,17-18.

Mathers, H.M. 2002. Herbicide Treated Mulches. The Buckeye. October 2002:14-17.

Mathers, H.M. 2002. The First Year. Field Planting of Caliper Trees. The Nursery Book 2002-2003. October 2002:18-19, 26, 50.

Mathers, H.M., Struve, D. and Stoven. A. 2002. Cracking the Liner Market. November 2002:14-17.

Mathers, H. and Case, L.T. 2002. Herbicide Treated Mulches for Ornamental Weed Control. SNA Proceedings 47:

Phares, Meredith, Kathleen Kelley, and Bridget Behe. 2002. Telephone Survey Results Show that Home Landscapes and Important to Consumers. Southern Nursery Association Research Conference Proceedings. 45:516-518.

Phares, Meredith, Kathleen Kelley, and Bridget Behe. 2002. Telephone Survey Results Show That Home Landscapes are Important to Consumers. Nursery and Landscape Research Projects and Educational Programs Booklet 2001. Published by Michigan State University. Diane Brown-Rytlewski editor. p45-46.

Pinel, R., R. Hinson, D. Hughes and R. Navajas. 2002. Establishing the Economic Impact Of the Green Industry on Louisianas Economy. Paper accepted for presentation at annual meeting of Southern Agricultural Economics Association, Mobile, AL.

Posadas, Benedict C., Patricia Knight, Richard Harkess and Jeff Kuehny. 2002. Poinsettia Consumer Survey in Coastal Mississippi. Poster presented at the 30th Horticulture Field Day, South Mississippi Branch Experiment Station, Poplarville, Mississippi, November 1, 2002.

Posadas, Benedict C., Patricia Knight, and Richard Harkess. 2002. National Nursery Surveys in Mississippi. Poster presented at the 30th Horticulture Field Day, South Mississippi Branch Experiment Station, Poplarville, Mississippi, November 1, 2002.

Stegelin, F.and S.C. Turner.An Example Protocol for a New Plant Introduction. Proceedings of the Southern Nurseryman's Association Research Conference Forty Fourth Annual Report 2002,p. 543-548.

Uva, W.L. and Richards, S. 2002. New York Greenhouse Business Summary and Financial Analysis, 2000. E.B.2002-03, Dept. of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

Uva, W. L. 2002. Managing Marketing Risks. Cornell Focus on Floriculture 1(2):2,3. October. Dept. of Horticulture, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

Uva, W.L. 2002. Marketing Horticultural Services. Smart Marketing Newsletter Series. August. Dept. of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

Uva, W.L. 2002. Growing for Profit - Managing Crop Mix to Enhance Competitive Edge and Increase Profitability. Cornell Focus on Floriculture 1(1):2,3. July. Dept. of Horticulture, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

Williams, D.J. 2002. Commercial Landscape and Turfgrass Pest Managenment Handbook. Chapter 1 Guidelines for managing weeds in landscape and nursery plantings.

Williams, D.J. 2002 University of Illinois all American selections trial garden. In: Miles C. Hartley Selections Garden at the Arboretum. Arboretum Series 02-1, Universuity of Illinois Arboretum.

Barton, et. al. 2001. “Establishing and Operating a Garden Center: Requirements and Costs” 2nd edition. NRAES, in press.

Behe, B.K. 2001. Successful Sales Strategies. Michigan Certified Nursery Manual. Chapter 18, pages 1-5. Michigan Nursery and Landscape Association. Okemos, MI.

Behe, B.K. 2001. Displays: Your Silent Salesperson. Michigan Certified Nursery Manual. Chapter 19, pages 1-4. Michigan Nursery and Landscape Association. Okemos, MI.

Brooker, John R., David B. Eastwood, and Bill Klingeman, “Added Value of a Powdery Mildew Resistant Dogwood,” Proceedings of Research Conference, Southern Nursery Association, 45th Annual Report, 2001.

Hall, Charles R. and Melissa K. Jupe, "The Economic Impact of the Nursery Industry in Texas," Proceedings of Southern Nurserymens Associations Research Conference Forty-Sixth Annual Report, Volume 46, 2001.

Hall, Charles R., "An Image Assessment of Blooming Colors Nursery, Coppell, Texas," Texas Agricultural Extension Service, August, 2001.

Hall, Charles R. " The Economic Impact of the Green Industry in Texas," Final contract report for the Texas Nursery and Landscape Association, http://agecon.tamu.edu/faculty/hall/impact/impactstudy2000.html, January 2001.

Haydu, John J., Alan W. Hodges and John L.Cisar. 2001. Trends in Florida’s Nursery Industry: A Financial Assessment of the 1990's. Proceedings of the Hawaii Conference on Business, Vol.II (H39-53), Honolulu, June 2000.

Haydu, John J. and Alan W. Hodges. 2001. Market Expansion Strategies for Turfgrass Producers in the Central United States. Economic Information Rpt. EI 01-04, Food & Res. Econ., IFAS, University of Florida, February, 25 pp.

Haydu, J.J. and A.W. Hodges. Developing Markets for Turf Producers in the Eastern United States. Acta Horticulturae, 536: 499-505, Sept. 2000.

Haydu, J. and A. Hodges. Maximizing Your Marketing Strategy. Ornamental Outlook, pp. 18-19, Apr. 2001.

Heilig, J. and B.K. Behe. 2001. Consumer Preferences for Alternative Table-top Christmas Trees. Southern Nursery Association Research Conference Proceedings. 45:519-522.

Hinson, Roger and Wade Hampton. “Differences Between Mail Survey Respondents and Non-Respondents in La’s Trade Flows and Marketing Practices Survey”. Proceedings of the Southern Nurserymens’ Association Research Conference, Vo. 46, 2001, pp 546-549.

Hodges, Alan W. and John J. Haydu. 2001. Structural Change in Florida's Ornamental Plant Nursery Industry, 1989 to 1999. Proceedings of the Hawaii Conference on Business, Vol.II (H108-121), Honolulu, June 2000.

Hodges, Alan W. and John J. Haydu. 2001. Competition in the Horticultural Container Market in the Southeastern United States. Economic Report ER 01-2, Food & Res. Econ., IFAS, University of Florida, 31 pp., March 2001.

Hodges, A. and J. Haydu. Economic Impact of Florida’s Environmental Horticulture Industry. Acta Horticulturae, 536: 251-259, 2000.

Hodges, A. and J. Haydu. Economic impact of Florida’s Environmental Horticulture Industry. Journal of Environmental Horticulture, 18(3): 123-127, 2000.

Hodges, A. Ornamental Plants, in Outlook 2001, Fla. Food & Resource Economics (newsletter), Dec. 2000.

Hodges, A. and J. Haydu. Business Analysis for Nurseries. Ornamental Outlook, pp. 20, 22, 24, 27, Apr. 2001.

H Hodges, A. and J. Haydu. Using Business Analysis in Ornamental Plant Nurseries. University of Florida/IFAS, electronic document FE274 (EDIS), 5 pages, May 2001.

Holcomb, G., A. Owings, D. Pollet, R. Hinson, E. Bush, J Kuehny, J. McCrimmon, S. Joohnson, P. Cox, D. Bates and T. Raiford. “Horticulture in the City”. Louisiana Agriculture, LSU Agriculture Center, Vol 44, Number 2, Spring 2001.

Hampton, Wade. Trade Flows and Marketing Practices of Louisiana and Gulf States Nurseries. A Thesis directed by Roger Hinson.

Kelley, K.M., B.K. Behe, J.A. Biernbaum, and K.L. Poff. 2001. Consumer Preference for Edible Flower Color, Container Size, and Price. HortScience 36(4):801-804.

Kelley, K.M., B.K. Behe, J.A. Biernbaum, and K.L. Poff. 2001. Consumer and Professional Chef Perceptions of Three Edible Flower Species. HortScience 36(1):162-166.

Klingeman, William E., John R. Brooker, David B. Eastwood, John B. Riley, Bridget K. Behe, Patricia Knight, Consumer Perceptions of Landscape Characteristics, Disease and Pest Problems, and the Value of Powdery Mildew Resistant Dogwood, Research Series 07-01, Department of Agricultural Economics, November, 2001.

Moore, E.H., B.K. Behe, F.S. Carter, and A.C. Cameron. 2001. Consumer Perceptions and Preferences for Selected Traditional Flower Pot Plants and Forced Perennials. HortScience 36(3):428.

Moore, E., B.K. Behe, and K.M. Kelley. 2001. Why Consumers Buy Potted Flowering Plants: A Focus Group Study of Master Gardeners. Southern Nursery Association Research Conference Proceedings. 45:516-518.

Stegelin, F, S. Turner and P. Knight. “State Plant Promotion Programs: Histories and Perspectives.” Proceedings of the Southern Nurseryman’s Association Research Conference Forty Sixth Annual Report 2001., p.539-541.

Uva, W.L., T.C. Weiler and R.A. Milligan. 2001. Economic Analysis of Adopting Zero Runoff Subirrigation Systems in Greenhouse Operations in the Northeast and North Central United States. HortScience 36(1):167-173.

Uva, W.L. and S. T. Richards, 2001. Greenhouse Business Benchmarking and Competitiveness Analysis. HortScience 36(3): 427.

Uva, W.L. 2001, New York Economic Handbook 2001 - Chapter 10 Vegetables and Chapter 11 Ornamentals. E.B. 2001-16, Dept. of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.

Uva, W.L. (editor) 2001, SMART Marketing: A Compilation of SMART Marketing Articles, November 1999 - September 2001. E.B. 2001-17, Dept. of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.

Uva, W.L. 2001. Pricing for Success. Proceedings from the Building a Farmers’ Marketing Business Workshop, February 5-6, 2001, Owego, New York. The Farmers’ Market Federation of New York.

Hardy, Jill, Bridget Behe, et al. 2000. Consumer Perceptions of Landscape Plant Size, Design Style, and Material. J. Env. Hort.18:224-230.

Behe, Bridget and Susan Barton. 2000. Consumer Perceptions of Product and Service Quality Attributes in Six U.S. States. J. Env. Hort.18:17-78.

Kelley, K.M., B.K. Behe, J.A. Biernbaum, K.L. Poff. 2000. Consumer Preferences of Edible Flower Color, Container Size, and Price. HortScience 35:480. Abstract 496.

Jill Hardy, Bridget Behe, et al. Cost Analysis and Perceived Value of Selected Landscape Features. HortSci 35:484. Abstract 522.

Moore, Elizabeth H., Bridget K. Behe, Arthur C. Cameron. 2000. Consumer Perceptions of Selected Flowering Plants Proceedings of the 14th International Symposium on Horticultural Economics. Acta Hort 536:521-528.

Behe, Bridget K. 2000. Gardening Trends for Perennial Sales. Perennial Plant Association 1999 Proceedings.

Behe, Bridget, Susan Barton, et al. 2000. Relationship of Dollars Spent in the Garden Center and Perceptions of Product and Service Quality. Southern Nursery Association Research Conference Proceedings. 44:533-537.

Hardy, Jill, Bridget Behe, and Thomas Page. 2000. Consumer Segmentation Based on Perceived Plant Knowledge and Gardening Involvement. Southern Nursery Association Research Conference Proceedings. 44:529-532.

Heilig, James, Jill Hardy, Bridget Behe, and Thomas Page. 2000. Characteristics of Consumers Using Professional Lawn Care and Landscape Services. Southern Nursery Association Research Conference Proceedings. 44:525-528.

Behe, Bridget K. 2000. Stop, look, listen to glean market answers. GMPro Marketing Column 20:77-79.

Behe, Bridget K. 2000. Get to the Point (of Purchase) and Sell! Ohio Florists’ Association Bulletin 847:5-7.

Behe, Bridget K. 2000. Tropical Plants. Care & Handling Column. Floral Retailing 13:44..

Behe, Bridget K. 2000. Fine-tune Your Approach to Consumer Advertising. GMPro Marketing column 20:56-58.

McNiel, R.E. 2000. Changes in the cost of production of field-grown nursery plants in USDA plant hardiness zones 5 and 6 since 1985. Proc. XXV International Horticulture Congress, Brussels, Belgium, Part 14. Eds. N.S.P de Groot, E.H.J.M. de Kleijn, A.A. Csizinsky and J. Weerts. Acta Horticulturae 524:17-25.

Hardy, J., B.K. Behe, S.S. Barton, T.J. Page, R.E. Schutzki, K Muzii, R.T. Fernandez, M.T. Haque, J. Brooker, C.R. Hall, R. Hinson, P. Knight, R. McNiel, D.B. Rowe, and C. Safley. 2000. Consumers preferences for plant size, type of plant material and design sophistication in residential landscaping. J. Environ. Hort. 18(4): 224-230.

McNiel, R.E. 2000. Focus: Are you keeping up with the Jones? Nursery Views 30(30): 18-19.

Hidalgo, P.R. and R.L. Harkess. 2000. Fertilizer rate effect on Poinsettia production in vermicompost substrates. Proc. Southern Nursery Assoc. Res. Conf. 45:30-33.

Hidalgo, P.R., R.L. Harkess, and F.B. Matta. 2000. Reduction of Fertilizer Inputs Using Earthworm Castings as a Substrate Amendment for Poinsettia Production. HortScience 35(3):492. (Abstract).

File, S.L., P.A. Knight, C.G. Gilliam, D.B. Reynolds, and R.L Harkess. 2000. Alternative weed control methods for production of large container ornamentals. HortScience 35(3):428 (abstract).

File, S.L., P.R. Knight, C.H. Gilliam, D.B. Reynolds, and J.E. Atland. 2000. Effects of various alternative mulches on weed control in container ornamentals. Proc SNA Res. Conf. ( in press )

File, S.L., P.R. Knight, C.H. Gilliam, D.B. Reynolds, and R.L. Harkess. 2000. Alternative weed control methods for production of large container ornamentals. HortScience 35:428-429.

Cisar, J.L., G.L. Snyder and J.J. Haydu. 2000. The Occurrence and Alleviation by Surfactant of Soil-water Repellency on Sand-based Turfgrass Systems. Journal of Hydrology (2000) 352-358.

Hall, Charles R. “Marketing the Bounty,” The Bountiful Flower Garden: Growing and Sharing Cut Flowers in the South, by Neil G. Odenwald and William C. Welch, Taylor Publishing Company, 2000.

Anderson, David and Charles Hall, Adding Value to Agricultural Products, Texas Agricultural Extension Service Bulletin L-5361, August 2000.

Hall, Charles R. and Lance D. Pate. “Trade Flows and Marketing Practices in the Texas Nursery Industry,” Faculty Paper Series, Department of Agricultural Economics, Faculty Paper 00-7, April 2000.

Salin, Victoria, Curtis F. Lard and Charles Hall, “The Economic Impact of the Red Imported Fire Ant on the Metroplexes of Texas,” Faculty Paper Series, Department of Agricultural Economics, Faculty Paper 00-6, February 2000.

Salin, Victoria, Curtis F. Lard and Charles Hall, The Economic Impact of the Red Imported Fire Ant on the Metroplexes of Texas, Selected paper presented at the meetings of the Southern Agricultural Economics Association, Lexington, KY, January 31-February 3, 2000.

Hall, Charles R., “An Image Assessment of Teas Nursery, Houston, Texas,” Texas Agricultural Extension Service, December, 2000.

Hall, Charles R., “TNLA 1998 Scope Report: Economic Scope of the Texas Green Industry in 1998,” TNLA Green Magazine, Volume 2, Number 3, March 2000.

Hodges, Alan W. And John J. Haydu. 2000. Economic Impact of Florida Environmental Horticulture Industry. Journal of Environmental Horticulture. 18(3):123-127.

Haydu, John J., Alan W. Hodges, P.J. van Blokland. 2000. Developing Markets for Turf Producers in the Eastern United States. Acta Horticultura 536, ISHS (2000):499-505.

Hodges, Alan W., John J. Haydu, and P.J. van Blokland. 2000. Contribution of Environmental Horticulture to Florida’s Economy. Acta Horticultura 536, ISHS (2000):251-259.

van Blokland, P.J., Mei Wang, J.J. Haydu, and A.W. Hodges. 2000. How Big Must a Nursery Firm Be To Produce A Reasonable Family Income. Acta Horticultura 536, ISHS (2000):223-230.

Hodges, Alan W. and John J. Haydu. 2000. A Decade of Change in Florida’s Ornamental Plant Industry, 1989 to 1999. Economic Information Rpt. EI 00-3, Food & Res. Econ., IFAS, University of Florida, 15 pp.

Haydu, John J. and Alan W. Hodges. 2000. Market Expansion Strategies for Turfgrass Producers in the Eastern United States. Economic Info. Report EI 00-2. Food & Res. Econ., IFAS, University of Florida, 26 pp.

Beeson, R.C. and J.J Haydu. 2000. Cycling Micro-irrigation for Production of Container-grown Landscape Ornamentals: plant Growth and Water Conservation. International Water & Irrigation. Volume 20, No. 2, Tel Aviv, Israel.

Hodges, Alan W., Satterthwaite, L.N., and J.J. Haydu. 2000. Analysis of Cut Foliage Businesses in Florida, 1997. Econ. Information Report EI 00-1. Food & Resource Economics, IFAS, University of Florida, 15 pp.

Hodges, A.W. "Ornamental Plants" in Outlook 2000, Florida Food & Resource Economics, ed. J. Reynolds, Univ. Florida, Gainesville, Dec.1999.

Hodges, A.W., L.N. Satterthwaite and J.J. Haydu. Analysis of Cut Foliage Businesses in Florida, 1997. UF-FRED Economic Information Report 00-1, March 2000.

Hodges, A.W. and J.J. Haydu. Economic Impact of Florida's Environmental Horticulture Industry. Journal of Environmental Horticulture, 18(3):123-127, Sept, 2000.

Hodges, A.W. and J.J. Haydu. A Decade of Change in Florida's Ornamental Plant Nursery Industry, 1989-99. UF-FRED Economic Information Report 00-3, April, 2000.

Hodges, A.W. and J.J. Haydu. Economic Impact of Florida's Horticulture Industry. Acta Horticulturae, 536: 251-259, Sept. 2000.

Hodges, A.W., L.N. Satterthwaite and J.J. Haydu. Business Analysis of Ornamental Plant Nurseries in Florida, 1998. UF-FRED Economic Information Report 00-5, November, 2000.

Hodges, A.W., W.D. Mulkey, and E. Philippakos. Economic impacts of the Florida Botanical Gardens and related cultural attractions in Pinellas County, Florida. July 2000. UF-IFAS Extension Fact Sheet. (http://www.fred.ifas.ufl.edu/publications.htm)

Haydu, J.J. and A.W. Hodges. Market Expansion Strategies for Turfgrass Producers in the Eastern United States. UF-FRED Economic Information Report 00-2, April 2000.

Haydu, J.J. and A.W. Hodges. Developing Markets for Turf Producers in the Eastern United States. Acta Horticulturae, 536: 499-505, Sept. 2000.

Mulkey, W.D. and A.W. Hodges. Using IMPLAN to assess local economic impacts. UF-IFAS Extension Fact Sheet. (http://www.fred.ifas.ufl.edu/publications.htm)

Adrian, John, Jeremy Kickler, Patricia Duffy, and Ken Tilt. 2000. “Nursery Crop Production: What are the Numbers?”, Highlights of Agric. Res., Ala. Agr. Exp. Sta., 47(4):3-4.


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