If you are a nursery grower, landscaper, arborist, landscape architect or other professional in the horticulture industry, you can rely on the Commercial Horticulture Program for valuable information and exciting educational events.
We are continually creating outreach publications and posting publications from cooperating organizations to effectively help you or your business grow and utilize best management practices. These publications are geared for nursery growers, landscapers, arborists, landscape architects, and other horticulture professionals. You can use these publications to help communicate with your clients, train colleagues or coworkers, or just to increase your own knowledge.
Horticulture Resource Guide
Landscape Soil Health
Soil Health and Diagnostics
Research Trial and Demonstration Reports
Nursery and Landscape Fact Sheets
Diseases and Pests of Ornamental Plants
Horticultural Journal Articles and Books
The purpose of this guide is to inform home gardeners and professional horticulturalists of the importance of Long Island soils for proper plant growth in managed landscapes
Insects are dependent on temperature to develop. The accumulated GDD for various locations on Long Island are reported here.
Our annual guide featuring useful information for nursery growers and landscape professionals.
This guide is a diagnostic tool for nursery growers and landscape professionals and serves as a starting point to become familiar with common problems that affect boxwood on Long Island.
Two locations to serve the industry and gardeners throughout Suffolk County.
Our Cornell University research based Horticulture Factsheets provide answers to homeowner’s most common questions.
Last updated February 15, 2019