Research Findings at Your Fingertips
A publication devoted to distribution of important, relevant, and current horticultural research specifically to horticultural professionals? Yes, please.
Exploring new ways to disseminate horticultural research is a core mission for the Horticultural Research Institute (HRI).
Bringing research to life in a digital environment improves industry access to relevant horticultural research and gave researchers greater opportunity for collaboration.
The Journal of Environmental Horticulture is HRI’s bellwether publication. First published in 1983, its “raison d’être” is to connect the industry to the research and the researchers to the industry. Highly relevant content, directly from the source, can help guide industry businesses to adapt with new processes and protocols. And it’s peer-reviewed, so you can count on the legitimacy of the content.
More access to relevant content provides horticultural businesses a competitive advantage as they continue to innovate.
Read, Search, Access Content
Print articles, save your searches, get notifications when new content publishes, and quickly export citations. New issues are published quarterly: March, June, September, and December.
No Subscriptions Required
The Journal is open-source. Eliminating subscription fees means more researchers, extension personnel, and industry professionals will have important research results at their fingertips
The Journal covers floriculture, herb and vegetable production in controlled environments, cut flower production, container and field nursery production, all aspects of maintenance and management of plants in the landscape, plus notices of new cultivar releases and symposium papers. Manuscripts are welcome from scientists worldwide working in these areas.