Horticulture Research


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Personnel

Natalie Ruth Bumgarner
Assistant Professor

Dennis E. Deyton
Professor
Fruit crop improvement

Amy Fulcher
Associate Professor
Sustainable ornamental plants

Frank A. Hale
Professor
Horticulture, Tobacco, Insects

Susan Lynne (Sue) Hamilton
Director and Associate Professor

Lori D. Osburn
Greenhouse Manager
Greenhouse Manager

Carl E. Sams
Distinguished Professor
Crop physiology

John Clinton Stier
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs

Derrick Ryan Stowell
Extension Assistant I

Robert N. (Bob) Trigiano
Professor
Cell/tissue culture of ornamentals

Groups and Facilities


(1 mention)

UTIA Greenhouses 
High tech facilities help support agricultural research


 

News

AgResearch Faculty and Staff Presented with Awards at 2017 UTIA Luncheon, 11/8/2017

Promotion and Tenure 2017, 10/16/2017

5 Things You Should Know about the West Tennessee AgResearch and Education Center, 8/9/2017

In Knoxville, Meet Dennis Deyton, Department of Plant Sciences, 3/16/2016

New Ventures | Creative Agricultural Technologies, LLC, 2/25/2016

 

Recent Publications

Assessing the Economic Contributions and Benefits of Consumer Horticulture.  Bradley, L., B. Behe, N. R. Bumgarner, C. Glen, J. L. Donaldson, E. Bauske, S. Dorn, and G. Lagellotto.  2017.  HortTechnology, 27(5): 1-8.

United States national initiative for consumer horticulture – A strategic plan.  Bradley, L., T. Bewick, E. Bauske, G. Lagellotto, and N. R. Bumgarner.  2017.  Acta Horticulturae.

Hills and holler horticulture.  Bumgarner, N. R.  2017.  UT Gardens Cultivate Magazine.

4-H Horticulture and Garden Project Outcomes.  Bumgarner, N. R., J. K. Richards, and J. W. Swart.  2017.  University of Tennessee Extension Publication, W 413 A, W 413 B, W 413 C. The University of Tennessee.

United States national initiative for consumer horticulture – A strategic plan.  Bradley, L., T. Bewick, E. Bauske, G. Lagellotto, and N. R. Bumgarner.  2016.  6th International Conference on Landscape and Urban Horticulture, Abstracts, 70.

The national initiative for consumer horticulture- A strategic plan.  Bradley, L., T. Bewick, E. Bauske, M. Meyer, R. Durham, G. langellotto, N. R. Bumgarner, M. Pooler, and S. Dorn.  2016.  HortScience.

A Meta-Analysis of the Impact of Anaerobic Soil Disinfestation on Pest Suppression and Yield of Horticultural Crops Shresta, Utsala, R. M. Augé, and D. M. Butler.  2016.  Frontiers in Plant Science. [Abstract]

Winter cover crops increase mycorrhization and yield of subsequent cash crops: a meta-analysis.  Toler, H. D., R. M. Augé, and D. M. Butler.  2016.  American Society for Horticultural Science, ASHS national annual meeting, Atlanta, July 2016.

Statewide Leadership for Home and Consumer Horticulture.  Emery, M. L., and N. R. Bumgarner.  2015.  UTIA publication- Tennessee, Land, Life and Science.

Climate Change—Realities, Controversies, and Responses.  Ray, T. R., C. E. Sams, and W. V. Baird.  2015.  HortScience, 50(9):S66. This was an invited Colloguia for ASHS 2015 Annual Meeting. [Abstract]

First report of leaf spot on switchgrass caused by Pithomyces chartarum in the United States Vu, AL, K. D. Gwinn, and B. H. Ownley.  2013.  Plant Disease, 97 (12):1655. [Abstract]

Horticulture Program Update.  Pulte, A. J.  2010.  UT Gardens Magazine, Spring, 2010 p. 18.