Hort Notes: Clippings from the Garden
A Commercial Horticulture Newsletter for Landscapers, Arborists, Garden Centers, Turfgrass Managers, and Property Owners!
For 28 years, Hort Notes has provided timely, research-based information to Green Industry professionals on the latest control strategies for insects and diseases of woody ornamentals, as well as weed management, alerts about current pest outbreaks, and educational opportunities. UMass Extension ceased printing Hort Notes at the end of 2015. In its place, we have transitioned to a new, web-based newsletter format. In 2020, as we strive to make access to science-based information easier for all, we have combined aspects of Garden Clippings (a horticultural newsletter for home gardeners) with our Hort Notes newsletter to provide one-stop shopping for all of your educational needs! Hort Notes: Clippings from the Garden is written for landscapers, grounds managers, arborists, and other green industry professionals with the understanding that home gardeners may also look to this publication for information as well. This newsletter will include monthly email alerts to emerging landscape insect and disease problems while providing timely Integrated Pest Management strategies. It will emphasize timely plant health care practices and problem-solving information.
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Credits: Hort Notes is produced by the UMass Extension, Landscape, Nursery and Urban Forestry Program. The copy is prepared from data and reports provided by the staff and faculty of the UMass Landscape, Nursery and Urban Forestry Program, the UMass Extension Turf Program, the UMass Extension Greenhouse Crops and Floriculture Program, and as well as cooperating horticulturists and Green Industry professionals. Hort Notes is coordinated and edited by Mandy Bayer, with assistance from Jason Lanier, Ellen Weeks and Tawny Simisky.
DISCLAIMER: The information in Hort Notes is not presented as recommendations, but rather as research-based knowledge intended to help practitioners make informed decisions. The content authors make no guarantees and assume no liability as to the efficacy of outlined practices or listed materials. The user of this information assumes all risks and liability for personal injury and property damage (read full disclaimer).