Congratulations to both Kaylee South and Nathan Nordstedt for receiving the HCS Publication Award (PhD). Kaylee and Nathan will split the $500 award. Both were nominationed to the College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Krauss Publication competition.
“Identification of Pseudomonas spp. that increase ornamental crop quality during abiotic stress"
This article has been accepted for publication and is in press in the journal Frontiers in Plant Science. This manuscript has also been identified as part of a special topic entitled “Quality of Ornamental Crops: Effect of Genotype, Preharvest, and Improved Production Chains on Quality Attributes of Ornamental Crops.” Frontiers in Plant Science is a highly respected plant science journal ranked 20 out of 228 journals in this discipline. Frontiers in Plant Science had a 2018 impact factor of 4.106 and a five-year impact factor of 4.855
“Beneficial bacteria identified for the control of Botrytis cinerea in petunia greenhouse production”
This article has been accepted for publication and is in press in the journal Plant Disease. Plant Disease is published by the American Phytopathological Society (APS). It has an impact factor of 3.583 (2018) and is ranked 33 out of 228 Plant Science journals. Plant Disease is the leading international journal for translational and applied research that focuses on the practical aspects of disease management in agricultural and horticultural crops.