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Horticultural science

Horticulture includes professional growing of vegetables in fields or in greenhouses, as well as of fruit, berries, mushrooms and ornamental trees and plants. Storing, distribution and marketing of the products are also included. Horticulture also deals with leasure time gardening.


There are 34 pages tagged with Horticultural science:

Karl-Johan Bergstrand

karl-johan.bergstrand@slu.se PhD-student Annie Drottberger, main supervisor PhD-student Md. Sani, assistant supervisor www.vaxthusljus.se https://publications.slu.se/?file=data/select&core=

Håkan Asp

andrus.kangro@slu.se I am a researcher and teacher in horticultural science. My research concerns mainly plant nutrition in various horticultural production systems. Another research field regards

Edoardo Piombo

edoardo.piombo@slu.se I am a bioinformatician skilled in data mining and visualization. I have experience in working with high-throughput sequencing data coming from genome, transcriptome or

Annie Drottberger

andrus.kangro@slu.se I am a lecturer and PhD student in Horticultural Science especially Business Administration at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, the Department of Biosystems and

Malin Hultberg

andrus.kangro@slu.se Malin Hultberg (Assoc. Prof) is an applied microbiologist working at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Alnarp, Sweden. She did her PhD on biocontrol and the use

Maria Hellström

maria.hellstrom@slu.se Ph.D. student within the Microbial Horticulture group at the department of Biosystems and Technology. I am currently working on my thesis project where the focus is on the

LA-open-lecture

Native Trees and Pollinators: The ecological consequences of non-native trees in cities anni.hoffren@slu.se Landscape Management Subject Group invites you to an open lecture with Johan Kjellberg

25th Biennial International Plant Resistance to Insects Workshop (25IPRI)

25th Biennial International Plant Resistance to Insects Workshop (25IPRI) fredrik.reslow@slu.se Welcome to the 25th Biennial International Plant Resistance to Insects Workshop (25IPRI) to be held

Fredrik Fernqvist

fredrik.fernqvist@slu.se Senior lecturer and researcher in horticultural economics and business administration. PhD in Horticultural Science, especially business administration. Research areas:

Flies can be manipulated to protect crops

Listen to Paul Becher , researcher at the Department of Plant Protection Biology , talking about his current research on flies. He describes how they can be used as an important tool to control pests

Sebastian Larsson Herrera

sebastian.larsson.herrera@slu.se I work in insect chemical ecology. Focusing on constructing analytical workflows and analysing data in R for behavioral, genetical and olfactory response data. I

Samia Samad

Molecular biologist by training with experience in plant genetics and biotechnology. I am passionate about using molecular tools to improve traits of interest in economically important crops. This

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