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Speaker: Michelle Jones, Professor - Horticulture and Crop Science at The Ohio State University




Session Title: Mycorrhizae and Other Biostimulants: Optimizing Efficacy for Greenhouse Crops

Tuesday, July 13  9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Description: This session will present a brief review of biostimulant categories, then segue into a panel discussion led by Dr. Michelle Jones and including researchers from Premier-Tech, Mycorrhizal Applications, Bioworks, and Lallemand on use of these products in terms of most responsive crops, growing environments, fertilizer inputs, and other tips to optimize efficacy. 

Level: Intermediate      Type: Growing


Session Speakers, Panelists:

Michelle Jones, MODERATOR
.... Professor and D.C. Kiplinger Floriculture Endowed Chair, Department of Horticulture and Crop Science at The Ohio State University
Michael Brownbridge, PANELIST .... Biological Program Manager at BioWorks, Inc.
Troy Buechel, PANELIST .... Horticulture Specialist at Premier Tech Horticulture
Blair Busenbark, PANELIST .... Sales & Marketing Manager at Mycorrhizal

Michelle Jones

Professor and D.C. Kiplinger Floriculture Endowed Chair, Department of Horticulture and Crop Science at The Ohio State University 

Michelle Jones (PhD) is a Professor and DC Kiplinger Floriculture Chair in the Department of Horticulture and Crop Science at The Ohio State University. She is located at the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center in Wooster, Ohio. Dr. Jones received her B.S. in Agricultural Biochemistry from Iowa State University and her PhD in Horticulture from Purdue University. She is nationally and internationally known for her research in plant physiology and postharvest biology. Dr. Jones’s research program focuses on identifying gene networks that control the postharvest or postproduction quality of flowering ornamentals, with a focus on flower senescence and ethylene. Applied research projects focus on the use of plant growth regulators and beneficial microbes to enhance ornamental crop quality and shelf life. As a Floriculture Extension Specialist her outreach programs focus on postharvest shipping and handling disorders, maintaining crop quality during retailing, and preventing ethylene damage to floriculture crops throughout the production and marketing chain.


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An International Exchange Program of The Ohio State University specializing in Internships for Horticulture, Agriculture and Turf Grass. We strive to provide the best opportunities for on-the-job training and internships for specially selected foreign and American agricultural and horticultural students. Our goal is to promote the general interest of international exchange in the field of agriculture and horticulture. We work with hundreds of companies in the USA to provide the best possible placements.

Address:     700 Ackerman Rd Ste 360 Columbus, OH 43202
Email:    chrisman.1@osu.edu     Contact:  
Phone:    614-292-7720   FAX:  614-688-8611


             




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