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									  AWARDS AND RECIPIENTS
           Southern Region
                  of the
American Society for Horticultural Science
           (Updated through 2007)
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                         Distinguished Teacher Award

YEAR    RECIPIENT

L. M. Ware Distinguished Teacher Award
1958    C. L. Isbell, Auburn University
1959    J. B. Edmond, Mississippi State University
1960    G. W. Adriance, Texas A&M University
1961    M. E. Gardner, NC State University
1962    F. R. Brison, Texas A&M University
1963    W. S. Anderson, Mississippi, State University
1964    Julian C. Miller, Louisiana State University
1965    Henry P. Orr, Auburn University
1966    H. K. Riley, Univ. of Southwestern Louisiana
1967    W. D. Kimbrough, Louisiana State University
1968    T. L. Senn, Clemson University
1969    Fred D. Cochran, Nort Carolina State University
1970    Joe McFerran, University of Arkansas
1971    L. E. Scott, University of Maryland
1972    Teme P. Hernandez, Louisiana State University
1973    Roy A. Larson, North Carolina State University
1974    Coy O. Box, Mississippi State University
1975    V. F. Nettles, University of Florida
1976    Gary A. Couvillon, University of Georgia
1977    Richard N. Payne, Oklahoma State University
1978    Jacob H. Tinga, University of Georgia
1979    J. Benton Storey, Texas A&M University
1980    J. C. Raulston, North Carolina State University
1981    John A. Barden, VPI & SU
1982    R. Gordon Halfacre, Clemson University
1983    A. E. Einert, Univ.esity of Arkansas
1984    Wayne (Roy) Ogle, Clemson University
1985    George Tereshkovich, Texas Tech University
1986    James S. Coartney, VPI & SU
1987    Joseph R. Novak, Texas A&M University
1989    David Reed, Texas A&M University
1990    Marihelen Kamp-Glass, North Carolina A&T State University
1991    James O. Garner. Jr., Mississippi State University
1992    Bryce Lane, North Carolina State University
1993    John W. Day, University of Tennessee
1994    Harry Ponder, Auburn University
1995    Jack Buxton, University of Kentucky
1996    Judith Caldwell, Clemson University
1997    David Creech, Stephen F. Austin State University

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1998    Fred Davies, Jr., Texas A&M University
1999    Janet C. Cole, Oklahoma State University
2000    Donald Eakes, Auburn University
2001
2002    Curt Rom, University of Arkansas
2003    J. Creighton Miller, Jr., Texas A&M University
2004    Douglas C. Needham, Oklahoma State University
2005    Frank A. Blazick, North Carolina state University

J. Creighton Miller, Jr. Distinguished Educator Award
2006    R. Daniel Lineberger, Texas A&M University
2007    Richard Harkess, Mississippi State University




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                          Distinguished Research Award

YEAR    RECIPIENTS

L. M. Ware Distinguished Research Award
1967    L. J. Kushman, D. T. Pope and R. J. Monroe, North Carolina State University
1968    Not presented
1969    C. E. Chaplin, L. P. Stoltz and J. G. Rodrigues, University of Kentucky
1970    G. B. Brown, J. R. Deakin and M. B. Wood, USDA, South Carolina
1971    W. R. Henderson, S. J. Jenkins, Fr. and J. O. Rowlings, North Carolina State University
1972    James N. Moore, University of Arkansas
1973    Thomas P. Kemp, Leonard P. Stoltz and D. E. Knavel, University of Kentucky
1974    W. E. Ballinger, Eleanor Maness, G. J. Galletta and L. J. Kushman, North Carolina State
        University
1975    G. E. Stembridge and C. E. Gambrell, Clemson University
1976    D. R. Patterson, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station
1977    Doyle A. Smittle, University of Arkansas
1978    L. G. Jones, R. J. Constantin, J. M. Cannon, W. J. Martin and Travis P. Hernandez,
        Louisiana State University
1979    Alfred Jones, P. D. Dukes and F. P. Cuthbert, Jr., U.S. Vegetable Breeding Laboratory,
        Charleston, South Carolina
1980    G. W. Schneider, R. G. Lockard and P. L. Cornelius, University of Kentucky
1981    Ray E. Worley, University of Georgia
1982    B. D. Horton, E. J. Wehunt, J. H. Edwards, R. R. Bruce and J. L. Chesnee, USDA,
        Bryon, Georgia
1983    J. R. Morris, D. L. Cawthon and J. W. Fleming, University of Arkansas
1984    Carl E. Gambrell, D. C. Coston and E. T. Simms, Clemson University
1985    Sharad C. Phatak, Donald R. Sumner, Homer D. Wells, Durham K. Bell and Norman
        Glaze, University of Georgia
1986    David M. Pharr, North Carolina State University
1987    Todd Wehner, North Carolina State University
1988    Eric Young, Yoshie Motomura and C. Richard Unrath, North Carolina State University
        and Tohoke University, Japan
1989    Dennis R. Decoteau, Clemson University
1990    Alfred Jones, Clemson University
1991    Ray E. Worley, University of Georgia
1992    Rebecca L. Darnell, University of Florida
1993    Nihal C. Rajapakse and John W. Kelly, Clemson University
1994    Fred T. Davies, Jr., J. R. Potter and R. G. Linderman, Texas A&M University
1995    Stanly J. Kays, Ray F. Severson and Richard B. Chalfant, University of Georgia
1996    Todd C. Wehner and Christopher S. Cramer, North Carolina State University
1997    D. Scott NeSmith, Gerard Krewer, Mark Rieger and Ben Mullinix, University of
        Georgia
1998    Salvadore J. Locascio, Alan G. Smajstrla, University of Florida

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1999    D. Scott NeSmith, Gerard Krewer, Mark Rieger & Ben Mullinix, University of Georgia
2000    Robert Trigiana, M. C. Scott & G. Caetano-Anolles, Univiersity of Tennessee
2001
2002    William Randle, University of Georgia
2003    Penelope Perkins-Veazie, USDA-ARS, Nancy Roe, J. Lasswell and McFarland,
        TAMU-Stephenville
2004    Angela R. Davis, USDA-ARS
2005    Not Presented

Julian C. Miller, Sr. Distinguished Research Award
2006    Michael Smith, Oklahoma State University
2007    John Clark, University of Arkansas




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                   Henry M. Covington Extension Award

YEAR   RECIPIENT

1975   George R. Hughes, North Carolina State University
1976   James M. Stephens, University of Florida
1977   Blueford G. Hancock, Texas A&M University
1978   James Montelaro, University of Florida
1979   Albert A. Banadyga, North Carolina State University
1980   Ray L. Livingston, University of Georgia
1981   Roland E. Roberts, Texas A&M University
1982   George Ray McEachern, Texas A&M University
1983   Gerald Smith, University of Georgia
1984   James L. Pointer, University of Tennessee
1985   Glenn G. Taylor, Oklahoma State University
1986   John D. Andrews, County Agent, Morehouse Parish, Louisiana
1987   Jerry M. Parsons, Texas A&M University
1988   Joseph W. Love, North Carolina State University
1989   James E. Motes, Oklahoma State University
1990   Tom Crocker, University of Florida
1991   Paul L. Smeal, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University
1992   C. R. Roberts, University of Kentucky
1993   Wilton P. Cook, Clemson University
1994   Walter Skrock, North Carolina State University
1995   B. Dean McCraw, Oklahoma State University
1996   Kenneth M. Tilt, Auburn University
1997   Richard Bir, North Carolina State University
1998   Gary L. Wade, University of Georgia
1999   Doug Sanders, North Carolina State University
2000   Alvin Rutledge, University of Tennessee
2001
2002   Darbie Granberry, University of Georgia
2003   James Boudreaux, Louisiana State University
2004   Jonathan Schultheis, North Carolina State University
2005   E. Barclay Poling, North Carolina State University
2006   James A. Robbins, University of Arkansas
2007   Russell Wallace, Texas A& M University




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       John E. Hutchison Extension Award for Young Professionals Award

YEAR        RECIPIENT

1983        G. Steward Bunn, Extension Agent, Fairfax County, Virginia
1984        Timothy K. Hartz, Texas A&M University
1985        Dewayne Ingram, University of Florida
1986        John G. Strang, University of Kentucky
1987        Edward B. Poling, North Carolina State University
1988        Thomas H. Yeager, University of Florida
1989        John W. Kelly, Clemson University
1990        Larry Stein, Texas A&M Research & Extension Center, Stephenville, TX
1991        Not presented
1992        Doug Welsh, Texas A&M University
1993        Doug Bailey, North Carolina State University
1994        Steven Dobbs, Oklahoma State University
1995        Michael Schnelle, Oklahoma State University
1996        Michael L. Parker, North Carolina State University
1997        Not presented
1998        Allen D. Owings, Louisiana State University
1999        Not presented
2000         Joseph Kemble, Auburn University
2001
2002        George Boyham University of Georgia
2003        Not Presented
2004        Not Presented
2005        Bodi Pennisi, University of Georgia
2006        Not Presented
2007        Mary Lamberts, University of Florida




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                     Leadership and Administration Award

YEAR RECIPIENT
Leadership and Administration Award
1980    George Bradley, University of Arkansas
1981    Not presented
1982    Not presented
1983    Neville P. Clarke, Texas A&M University
1984    Not presented
1985    Donald W. Newson, Louisiana State University
1986    P. Howard Massey, Jr., Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University
1987    A. S. Williams, University of Kentucky
1988    M. E. "Butch" Ferree, University of Georgia
1989    H. Grant Vest, Texas A&M University
1990    Not presented
1991    Will Waters, University of Florida
1992    Sam Cotner, Texas A&M University
1993    Thomas J. Monaco, North Carolina State University
1994    Not presented
1995    John W. Kelly, Clemson University
1996    Ronald L. Shumack, Auburn University
1997    Walter A. Hill, Tuskegee University
1998    Dale M. Maronek, Oklahoma State University
1999    Not presented
2000    Daniel Catliffe, University of Florida
2001
2002    Katherine Perry, North Carolina State University
2003    Not Presented
2004    Tim Davis, Texas A&M University
2005    David Hensley, University of Arkansas
2006    Sylvia Blankenship, North Carolina State University

Paul Smeal Leadership and Administration Award
2007    Paul Smeal, Virginia Tech University, Emeritus




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  Krezdorn Award for Excellence in Doctoral Research and Writing Award

YEAR    RECIPIENTS

1975    George Ray McEachern and J. Benton Storey - The Influence of Rest on the
        Propagation of Pecan (Cary illinoensis Wang Kock) Stem Cuttings. Texas A&M
        University.
1976    G. D. Brown and James N. Moore - The Inheritance of Fruit Dehiscence in
        Strawberries. University of Arkansas.
1977    J. R. Ballington and G. J. Galletta - Potential Fertility Levels in Four Diploid Vaccinium
        species. North Carolina State University.
1978    W. C. Fonteno and E. L. McWilliams - Light Compensation Points and Acclimatization
        of Philodendrom oxycardium, Raphidophora aurea, Brassaia actinophylla and
        Dracaena sanderiana. Texas A&M University.
1979    Vincent Bonaminio and Roy Larson - Influence of Potting Media, Temperature and
        Concentration of Ancymidor on Growth of Chrysantheum morifolium Ramat. North
        Carolina State University.
1980    Dennis Wollard, Teme P. Hernandez and R. J. Constantin - Linkage of More-sterility
        and Potato-leaf Shape and Performance of F1 Hybrids in the Tomato, Lycopersicon
        esculentum. Louisiana State University.
1981    Sarah Spayd and J. R. Morris - Effects of Immature Fruit and Holding on Strawberry
        Puree Quality and Color Stability. University of Arkansas.
1982    K. C. Gross and D. M. Pharr - A Potential Pathway for Galactose Metabilism in
        Cucumis sativus l., A Stachyose Transporting Species, North Carolina State
        University.
1983    D. L. Cawthon and J. R. Morris - Relationship of Seed Number and Maturity to Berry
        Development, Fruit Maturation, Hormonal Changes, and Uneven Ripening of
        "Concord" (Vitis labrusca L.) Grapes. University of Arkansas.
1984    G. C. J. Fernandez and J. C. Miller, Jr. - Yield Component Analysis in Five Cowpea
        Cultivars. Texas A&M University.
1985    Not presented.
1986    E. F. Durner, E. B. Poling and E. A. Albregts - Quantative Assessment of Floral
        Induction, Initiation and Differentiation, and Yielf Response of 'Douglas' Strawberry to
        Photoperiod and Chilling. North Carolina State University.
1987    Stuart L. Warren, Walter A. Skrock, Katharine Perry and Thomas J. Monaco -
        Plantation Management: Its Influence on Survival and Early Growth of Fraser Fir and
        Norway Spruce. North Carolina State University.
1988    Randolph M. Beaudry - Banana Ripening: Implications of Changes in Internal
        Ethylene and CO2 Concentrations, Pulp Fructose, 2,6-Biphosphate Concentation and
        Activity of Some Glycolytic Enzymes. University of Georgia.
1989    Ni Lee - In Vitro Propagation of Muscadine Grape, Vitis rountundifolia by Axillary
        Bud Culture. University of Georgia.
1990    David Wolff, Wanda W. Collins and Thomas J. Monaco - Inheritance of Tolerance to the
        Herbicide Bentazon in Peppers (Capsicum annuum L.). North Carolina State University.

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1991   Natalie L. Hubbard, D. M. Pharr and S. C. Huber - Sucrose Phosphate Synthase and Acid
       Invertase as Determinants of Sucrose Concentration in Developing Muskmelor
       (Cucurmis melo L.) Fruits. North Carolina State University.
1992   Robyn McConchie - Physiological Studies on Postharvest Leaf Blackening in Cut Flower
       Protea species. Louisiana State University.
1993   Johan M. H. Stoop - Effect of Different Carbon Sources on Relative Growth Rate,
       Internal Carbohydrates, and Mannitol 1-Oxidoreductase in Celery Suspension Cultures.
       North Carolina State University.
1994   Roger L. Vallejo, Wanda W. Collins and Robert H. Moll - Inheritance of A and B
       Glandular Trichome Density and Polyphenol Oxidase Activity in Diploid Potatoes.
       North Carolina State University.
1995   Paul C. St. Amand and Todd Wehner - Greenhouse, Detached-leaf and Field Testing
       Methods to Determine Cucumber Resistance to Gummy Stem Blight. North Carolina
       State University.
1996   Kittipat Ukoskit and Paul Thompson - Autoploidy Versus Allopolyploidy and Low-
       density Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA Lindage Maps of Sweetpotato.
       Mississippi State University.
1997   Not presented
1998   Dean A. Kopsell and William M. Randle - Selenium Affects S-alk(en)yl Cysteine
       Sulfoxides Among Short-day Onion Cultivars. University of Georgia.
1999   Dean A. Kopsell, - Selenium Affects S-alk)en)yl Cysteine Sulfoxides Among Short-day
       Onion Cultivars, University of Georgia.
2000   Suguru Sato, Physiological Factors Limit Fruit Set of Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum,
       Mill.) Under Chronic, Mild Heat Stress, North Carolina State University.
2001
2002   Not Presented
2003   Paul Mangum-Incongruity in Advanced Backcross and Selfed Generations of (Allium
       cepa L.xAlliumfistolium L.)xA. cepa Interspecific Hybrids", Midland College.
2004   Not Presented
2005   F. Todd Lasseigne, North Carolina State University.
2006   Eric T. Stafne, Oklahoma State University.
2007   Richard Olsen, University of Florida.




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                 Graduate Student Oral Paper Competition Award

YEAR      RECIPIENT

J. C. Miller Graduate Student Paper Award
1963      Travis Hernandez, Louisiana State University
1964      C. A. Conover, University of Florida
1965      George R. Stritikus, Auburn University
1966      W. C. Wilson, University of Florida
1967      Ronnie Robbins, Louisiana State University
1968      R. Gordon Halfacre, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University
Miller Award Discontinued in 1968.

W. S. Anderson Graduate Student Paper Award
1970      Elvin D. Brown, University of Arkansas
1971      James W. Painter, Clemson University
1972      William L. Summers, University of Maryland
1973      Joseph P. Youngbolld, Auburn University
1974      Paul G. Thompson, University of Arkansas
1975      Miss Fee C. Almira, Auburn University
1977      D. L. Cawthon, University of Arkansas
1978      Keith W. Zary, Texas A&M University
1979      D. W. Walker, Texas A&M University
1980      Miss Suzanne Barker, Clemson University
1981      D. G. Smallwood, Texas A&M University
1982      Richard C. Forbess, University of Arkansas
1983      G. C. J. Fernandez, Texas A&M University
1984      D. Joseph Eakes, Auburn University
1985      J. D. Williams, Auburn University
1986      Otto Oswald, University of Arkansas
1987      Ricardo Lardizabal, Mississippi State University
1988      Donald J. Merhaut, University of Georgia
1989      John C. Beaulieu, Lincoln University
1990      Mark A. Hubbard, Clemson University
1991      Jodie Benson, Clemson University
1992      Gary Bachman, Clemson University

Norman F. Childers Graduate Student Paper Award
1993       1st    Daniel Warnock, University of Georgia
           2nd    Monte L. Nesbitt, Texas A&M University
           3rd    Patricia R. Knight, Auburn University
1994       1st    Patricia R. Knight, Auburn University
          2nd     T. J. Bass, Auburn University


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         3rd     Donglong Liu, Mississippi State University
1995      1st    T. S. Kentz, Auburn University
          2nd    J'Lynn Howell, Mississippi State University
          3rd    M. C. Scott, University of Tennessee
1996             Ice storm prevented attendance
1997      1st    Roland S. Roark, Auburn University
          2nd    Mark J. Arena, University of Tennessee
          3rd    Beth Clendened, Auburn University
1998      1st    Clydette Alsup, Oklahoma State University
          2nd    Dawn Parish, Stephen F. Austin State University
          3rd    Bryan S. Wilkins, Auburn University
1999      1st    Ashley Applegarth, Texas Tech University
          2nd    James E. Altland, Auburn University
          3rd    Heather Wallace, Louisiana State University
2000      1st    Terry Bonney, Kentucky State University
          2nd    Tina Wilson, University of Kentucky
2001      1st
          2nd
          3rd
2002      1st    Tim Coolong, Virginai Tech
          2nd    Sadie Puglisi, Virginia Tech
          3rd    Tye Harbuck, Auburn University

NOTE:
Up to this date, there was only one graduate student competition for Master and PhD students.
Starting in 2003, the competition was split into separate Masters, Ph.D. and Poster competitions.




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        Norman F. Childers M.S. Graduate Student Paper Award

2002   1st
       2nd
       3rd
2003   1st   J. Lena Horst Warren, University of Tennessee
       2nd   Heather D. Toler, University of Tennessee
       3rd   Sarah White, Virginia Tech University
2004   1st   Scott E. Renfro, University of Arkansas
       2nd   Brian A. Krug, North Carolina State University
       3rd   Ndambe Nzaramba, Texas A&M University
2005   1st   Amanda Broome, Texas Tech University
       2nd   Peter Dittmar, North Carolina State University
       3rd   Jose Emilio Villarreal, Texas A&M University
2006   1st   Ryan Contreras, North Carolina State University
       2nd   Connie Johnson, Auburn University
       3rd   Peter Dittmar, North Carolina State University
2007   1st   Peter Dittmar, North Carolina State University
       2nd   lexis Alvey, Virginia Tech University
       3rd   ulie Guckenberger, Auburn University




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        Warren S. Barham Ph.D. Graduate Student Paper Award

2002   1st
       2nd
       3rd
2003   1st   Danielle Treadwell, North Carolina State University
       2nd   Stephanie G. Harvey, University of Tennessee
       3rd   Jeffrey A. Adkins, North Carolina State University
2004   1st   B.E. Trader, Virginia Tech University
       2nd   Gu Memgmeng, University of Arkansas
       3rd   Igino Teolis, Texas Tech University
2005   1st   Richard T. Olsen, North Carolina State University
       2nd   Lavanya Reddivari, Texas A&M University
       3rd   Eric T. Stafne, University of Arkansas
2006   1st   Malkeet Padda, Louisiana State University
       2nd   Jim Cervantes-Flores, North Carolina State University
       3rd   Christine Worthington, University of Florida
2007   1st   Cheryl Boyer, Auburn University
       2nd   Jennifer Waters, Texas A&M University
       3rd    D.W. Miano, Louisiana State University




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National Cow Pea Improvement Association Graduate Student Poster Award

2002   1st   Tim W. Coolong, University of Georgia
2003   1st   P.J. Stewart, University of Arkansas
2004   1st   Brian A. Krug, North Carolina State University
2005   1st   Ndambe Nzaramba, Texas A&M University
2006   1st
2007   1st   Cheryl Boyer, Auburn University




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 Joseph B. Edmond Undergraduate Student Oral Paper Competition Award

YEAR   RECIPIENT

1959   Thomas E. McCreight, Auburn University
1960   David Byers, Auburn University
1961   Wayne Jordan, Louisiana State University
1962   Calvin Carmier, Louisiana State University
1963   Maurice Reed, Mississippi State University
1964   Ronnie Robbins, Clemson University
1965   Douglas Dorough, Auburn University
1966   Mary Delchamps, Auburn University
1967   1st    James D. Gilbert, North Carolina State University
       2nd    Jimmy Augustine, Louisiana State University
       3rd    John Gugion, University of Georgia
1968   1st    Paul Hammer, North Carolina State University
       2nd    James Fegenbush, University of Kentucky
       3rd    Claude Thompson, Jr., Mississippi State University
1969   1st    Donald Hyatt, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
       2nd    William G. Lee, University of Tennessee
       3rd    Ralph Null, Mississippi State University
1970   1st    Duane Crane, North Carolina State University
       2nd    Ronnie J. Shaw, Texas A&M University
       3rd    Earl McCoy, Louisiana State University
1971   1st    Cristy Elkins, North Carolina State University
       2nd    John Floyd, Auburn University
       3rd    Edward Slivia, University of Georgia
1972   1st    Terril A. Nell, Auburn University
       2nd    Ralph Upton, University of Tennessee
       3rd    Dennis E. Dayton, North Carolina State University
1973   1st    Thomas G. Stama, Auburn University
       2nd    Robert R. Hampton, Mississippi State University
       3rd    Ronald H. Lockerman, University of Georgia
1974   1st    Phil H. Reynolds, Clemson University
       2nd    Douglas R. Currier, Texas A&M University
       3rd    Dana Goode, University of Arkansas
1975   1st    Janette Hruska, Texas A&M University
       2nd    Andrew L. Brown, North Carolina State University
       3rd    David Griffin, University of Arkansas
1976   1st    K. Stamm, Delaware Valley State College
       2nd    Cary Brown, Auburn University
       3rd    David Griffin, University of Arkansas
1977   1st    Roger Freeman, Texas A&M University
       2nd    Carolyn Hardy, University of Arkansas

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       3rd   Kenneth Torres, Mississippi State University
1978   1st   Keith Striegler, University of Arkansas
       2nd   Roseann Bowers, Texas A&M University
       3rd   Cythia Bailey, North Carolina State University
1979   1st   Kathy Parker, University of Arkansas
       2nd   Kaylan Adams, University of Arkansas
       3rd   Gordon Askew, University of Arkansas
1980   1st   Wanda Gore, University of Arkansas
       2nd   Karen Ringhoffer, Texas A&M University
       3rd   Phillip McKnight, University of Arkansas
1982   1st   Carol Mangum, University of Maryland
       2nd   Eugene Moore, Tuskegee Institute
       3rd   Juanita Popenoe, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
1983   1st   Robin Daughtrey, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
       2nd   Carol Warriner, Oklahoma State University
       3rd   Warren McClam, Clemson University
1984   1st   R. Hopkinson, Tuskegee Institute
       2nd   Victor Verlage, Texas A&M University
       3rd   Tina Burdette, Clemson University
1985   1st   Laura Magers, Texas A&M University
       2nd   T. G. Boucounis, Clemson University
       3rd   Kathryn C. Shelby, Texas A&M University
1986   1st   Sanda Hardy, Auburn University
       2nd   Becky Coffman, Oklahoma State University
       3rd   Lynda Lee Pierce, Texas A&M University
1987   1st   Diana D. Hassell, Clemson University
       2nd   Charles Graham, Texas A&M University
       3rd   Leah Willis, Oklahoma State University
1988   1st   Regina Melton, Clemson University
       2nd   Marian Eddy, Texas A&M University
       3rd   Daniel Brillinger, Texas A&M University
1989   1st   Susan Nine, Oklahoma State University
       2nd   Edwin Martinez, Tuskegee University
       3rd   Marion Bledsoe, Clemson University
1990   1st   Deborah M. Shuping, Clemson University
       2nd   Renea Jones, North Carolina State University
       3rd   Gwendolyn Hartley, University of Kentucky
1991   1st   Paige Hamming, Tuskegee University
       2nd   Tanya Small, Tuskegee University
       3rd   Bernadette McKelly, Tuskegee University
1992   1st   Patricia Knight, Auburn University
       2nd   Michael Hatchell, Clemson University
       3rd   Stephanie Rademan, Lincoln University
1993   1st   Leslie Oehlke, Texas A&M University


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       2nd   Frederick Bachman, Jr., Mississippi State University
1994   1st   Frank Buffone, Louisiana State University
       2nd   Nancy J. Zimmerman, Mississippi State University
       3rd   Mike Bartholomew, North Carolina State University
1995   1st   C. C. Montgomery, Auburn University
       2nd   C. C. Davidson, Auburn University
       3rd   R. Dudley Williams, Mississippi State University
1996   1st   Rachael Emrick, Stephen F. Austin State University
1997   1st   Christine K. Palmer, Auburn University
       2nd   Amanda R. Travis, Clemson University
       3rd   Carol Moorhead, Texas Tech University
1998   1st   Misty J. Moore, University of Arkansas
       2nd   Peter J. Mes, Texas A&M University
       3rd   Ashley R. Basinger, Texas Tech University
1999   1st   Monica Mullis, Clemson University
       2nd   Nick J. Baker, Oklahoma State University
       3rd   Becki Harris, Louisiana State University
2000   1st   Geoffrey Denny, Texas A&M University
       2nd   Melissa Neal, Texas Tech University
       3rd   Chrislyn Drake, University of Arkansas
2001   1st
       2nd
       3rd
2002   1st   Tyann Blessington, Texas A&M University
       2nd   Christopher L. Weisinger, Texas A&M University
       3rd   Katherine A. Ellingson, Clemson University
2003   1st   J. McAfee, University of Arkansas
       2nd   Paul Mumma, Louisiana Ag. Center
       3rd   Adam Newby, Auburn University
2004   1st   Ellen Thompson, University of Arkansas
       2nd   John-Paul Kidd, University of Arkansas
       3rd   Jennifer Yarbrough, North Carolina State University
2005   1st   Renee Keydoszius, Clemson University
       2nd   Hallie Dodson, University of Arkansas
       3rd   Ed Pipin, Louisiana State University
2006   1st   Kimberly Dennis, University of Arkansas
       2nd   Monica Haddix, North Carolina A&T State University




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                National Cow Pea Improvement Association
                  Undergraduate Student Poster Award

2002   1st   Jessica Laborde, Louisiana State University
2003   1st   Kristi Whitley, Louisiana Ag Center
2004   1st   Mark Bray, University of Arkansas
2005   1st   Jason Horne, Murray State University
2006   1st   Megan Ulmer, Tuskegee University




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       Association of Collegiate Branches (ACB) Outstanding Club Award

YEAR       RECIPIENT

1979      North Carolina State University
1980      North Carolina State University
1981      University of Tennessee Ornamental Horticulture Club
1982      Floriculture-Ornamental Horticulture Club, Texas A&M University
1983      Clemson Horticulture Club, Clemson University
1984      1st     Texas A&M Horticulture Society
          2nd     Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Horticulture Club
          3rd     Texas A&M Floriculture/Ornamental Horticulture Club
1985      1st     Texas A&M Floriculture/Ornamental Horticulture Club
          2nd     Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Horticulture Club
          3rd     Texas Tech Horticulture Society
1986      1st     Clemson Horticulture Club
          2nd     Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Horticulture Club
          3rd     Texas A&M Floriculture/Ornamental Horticulture Club
1987      1st     Texas A&M Horticultural Society
          2nd     Clemson Horticulture Club
          2nd     Texas A&M Floriculture/Ornamental Horticulture Club
          Honorable Mention - Oklahoma State University
1988      1st     Clemson Horticulture Club
          2nd     Texas A&M Floriculture/Ornamental Horticulture Club
          3rd     Texas A&M Horticultural Society
1989      1st     Clemson Horticulture Club
          2nd     Texas A&M Floriculture/Ornamental Horticulture Club
          3rd     Texas A&M Horticultural Society
1990      1st     Texas A&M Horticultural Society
          2nd     Oklahoma State University Horticulture Club
          3rd     Texas A&M Floriculture/Ornamental Horticulture Club
1991      1st     Texas A&M Horticultural Society
          2nd     Texas A&M Floriculture/Ornamental Horticulture Club
          3rd     Tie: Clemson University and Mississippi State University
1992      1st     Texas A&M Horticultural Society
1993      1st     Texas A&M Horticultural Society
          2nd     Mississippi State University Horticulture Club
          3rd     Texas A&M Floriculture/Ornamental Horticulture Club
1994      1st     Texas A&M Horticultural Society
          2nd     Texas A&M Floriculture/Ornamental Horticulture Club
          3rd     Auburn University Horticulture Forum
1995      1st Tie Auburn University Horticulture Forum and North Carolina State University
          3rd     Texas A&M Horticultural Society
1996      1st     Environmental Horticulture Club, University of Florida

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       2nd   Texas A&M Floriculture/Horticulture Society
       3rd   Mississippi State University Horticulture Club
1997   1st   Oklahoma State University Horticulture Club
       2nd   Texas A&M Floriculture/Horticulture Society
1998   1st   Texas A&M Floriculture/Horticulture Society
       2nd   Oklahoma State University Horticulture Club
       3rd   Mississippi State University Horticulture Club
1999   1st   Texas A&M Floriculture/Horticulture Society
       2nd   Oklahoma State University Horticulture Club
       3rd   University of Arkansas Horticulture Club
2000   1st   Oklahoma State University Horticulture Club
       2nd   Texas A&M University Floriculture/Horticulture Society
       3rd   University of Florida Environmental Horticulture Club
2001   1st
       2nd
       3rd
2002   1st   Texas A&M University Floriculture/Horticulture Club
       2nd   Oklahoma State University Horticulture Club
       3rd   University of Georgia Horticulture Club
2003   1st   Texas A&M Floriculture/Horticulture Society
       2nd   Oklahoma State University
2004   1st   Oklahoma State University Horticulture Club
       2nd   Arkansas State University
       3rd   Texas A&M University Floriculture/Horticulture Society
2005   1st   Murray State University Horticulture Club
       2nd   Texas A&M University Floriculture/Horticulture Society
       3rd   Oklahoma State University Horticulture Club
2006   1st   Texas A&M Horticulture Club
       2nd   Arkansas State University Plant Science Club
       3rd   Murray State University Horticulture Club
2007   1s    Texas A&M University
       2nd   Murray State University
       3rd   Oklahoma State University




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       Hammett Memorial Award for Outstanding ACB Club Member

YEAR    RECIPIENT
1984    Luke Staple, University of Tennessee
1985    Kathryn C. Shelby, Texas A&M University
1986    James D. Martin, Clemson University
1987    Craig Regelbrugge, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
1988    Regina Milton, Clemson University
1989    Marion Bledsoe, Clemson University
1990    Gary Bachman, Clemson University
1991    Mickey Wynne, North Carolina State University
1992    Not presented
1993    Frederick M. Bachner, Jr., Mississippi State University
1994    Bradley Abrameit, Texas A&M University
1995    Not presented
1996    Not presented
1997    Douglas Maxwell, Texas A&M University
1998    Kimberly Mason, Texas A&M University
1999    Jennifer Mullen, Texas A&M University
2000    Tracy Washburn, Texas A&M University
2001
2002    Mariah E. Adamek, Texas A&M University
2003    Melissa Smith, Arkansas State University
2004    Joseph Clayton Wiallace, Mississippi State University
2005    Jennifer Burns, Texas A&M University
2006    Kimberly Lee, Arkansas State University
2007    Monica Robinson, Texas A&M University




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                Extension Publication Award – Blue Ribbon Awards

1986
Weed Attack Manual for Vegetables and Small Fruits.
Production of Commercial Vegetable Transplants.
The Certified Sweet Potato Seed Program in North Carolina.
Commercial Strawberry Production in North Carolina.
The North Carolina Fruit Grower.
Commercial Poinsettia Production in Florida.
Starting a Nursery Business in Virginia. Paul L. Smeal, James S. Coartney and Richard W.
       Luckman, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.February, 1987

1987
Espaliers. Robert J. Black and Thomas H. Yeager, University of Florida.
Veg-I-News. Richard Bonanno, Douglas C. Sanders and L. George Wilson, North Carolina State
       University.
Cold Protection for Nursery Crops.Dewayne L. Ingram, Thomas H. Yeager and Rita L. Hummel,
       University of Florida.
Flowering Perennials for Georgia Gardens.A. J. Lewis, III, University of Georgia.
Cucurbit Production and Pest Management. Jim Motes, Jim Criswell, B. Dean McCraw, George
       Barnes, Raymond Schatzer, Dan Tilley, W. Scott Fargo and Gerrit Cuperus, Oklahoma State
       University.
Raspberry Production Guide for Virginia.Herbert D. Stiles, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State
       University.
Commercial Forcing of Caladiums.Brent Harbaugh and B. Tjia, University of Florida.
Fertigation Management for the Wholesale Container Nursery.Thomas H. Yeager, University of
       Florida.
Pruning Landscape Trees. M. L. Witt, R. E. McNeil, W. M. Fountain, University of Kentucky.


1988
Horticultural Update. Don C. Wilkerson, Texas A&M University.
Texas Blueberry Handbook.Terry G. Menges, Kim Patten, Calvin Lyons and Elizabeth W.
       Neuendorff, Texas A&M University.
Growing Fruit at Home in Kentucky. J. G. Strang, Mary Witt, R. T. Jones and G. R. Brown,
       University of Kentucky.
Plant Tissue Culture - An Introductory Laboratory Teacher's Guide.Alan R. McDaniel, Virginia
       Polytechnic Institute and State University.
Harvesting and Storing Commercial Fruits and Vegetables. Kenneth E. Johnson, University of
       Tennessee.
Flowering Annuals for Georgia Gardens. A J. Lewis, III, Henry Clay and John D. Gibson,
       University of Georgia.
Information Sources for the Commercial Ornamental Horticulture Industry. Gary L. Wade, A. J.
       Lewis, III, John D. Gibson and Henry Clay, University of Georgia.


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Vegetable Variety Evaluation Demonstration: A Manual for County Extension Faculty. Donald
       N. Maynard, University of Florida.
Keys to Profitable Onion Production.Thomas D. Longbrake, Tim Hartz, Sam Cotner, Roland
       Roberts, Jerry Parsons, Austin Stockton, Bob Cartwright and Jose Amador, Texas A&M
       University.
Weed Control for Commercial Nurseries.Ronald L. Shumack, John W. Everest and Charles H.
       Gilliam, Auburn University.

1989
Time Management in the Nursery. Ken Tilt, University of Tennessee.
Conversion Chart for Greenhouse and Nursery Operations. Douglas Crater, Ken Tilt and Rich
        Vetanovetz, University of Tennessee.
Techniques of Diluting Solution Fertilizers in Commercial Nurseries and Greenhouses. Thomas
        H. Yeager and Richard W. Henley, University of Florida.
Wildflowers. A. J. Lewis, III, University of Georgia.
Professional Grounds Management Calendar. Gary L. Wade, A. J. Lewis, III, Gil Landry and Tim
        Murphy, University of Georgia.
Propagation of Landscape Plants. Dewayne L. Ingram and Thomas H. Yeager, University of
        Florida.
Gardening in Raised Beds and Containers for the Elderly and Physically Handicapped Paula
        Diane Relf, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
Selection of an Irrigation System for Vegetable Crop Production.G. J. Hochmuth and D. N.
        Maynard, University of Florida and S. P. Kovack, Crop Water Management Consultants,
        Inc., Gainesville.
Home Vegetable Gardening in Kentucky. R. Terry Jones, John R. Hartman, Lee H. Townsend and
        Charlotte G. Baer, University of Kentucky.
Manual of Minor Vegetables. James M. Stephens, University of Florida.

1990
Commercial Pepper Production in North Carolina.D. C. Sanders, C. W. Averre, K. A. Sorensen,
       E. A. Estes, E. O. Beasley and A. R. Bonnanno, North Carolina State University.
Spring Flowering Buld Trials. Paul V. Nelson, North Carolina State University.
Growing and Marketing Quality Sweet Potatoes. L. G. Wilson, C. W. Averre, J. V. Baird, E. O.
       Beasley, A. R. Bonanno, E. A. Estes and K. A. Sorensen, North Carolina State University.
Peach Production Handbook. Stephen C. Myers (editor), University of Georgia. Contributing
       authors: A. H. Bennett, Paul Bertrand, Jere Brittain, Kerry O. Britton, Steven M. Brown, R.
       E. Byers, George E. Carter, J., Lie-Hsing (Sam) Chang, D. C. Coston, Claude L. Dorminey,
       H. C. Ellis, Dean R. Evert, M. E. Ferree, Ralph Gentry, Phillip W. Hale, Kerry Harrison,
       Floyd F. Hendrix, Jr., A. J. Hopfinger, Dan Horton, Jeffrey J. Jackson, Gerard Krewer,
       Calvin G. Lyons, R. Walker Miller, William O. Mizelle, Stephen C. Myers, Andres P.
       Nyczepir, Arlie A. Powell, P. Lawrence Pusey,Mark Rieger, David F. Ritchie, W. E. Seigler,
       Paul W. Steiner, Paul E. Sumner, John M. Wells and George O. Westberry.
Texas Citrus Handbook.Julian W. Sauls (editor), Texas A&M University.Contributing authors:
       Jose Amador, Harold Browning, Bob Cartwright, Calvin Lyons, Henry O. 'Neal, Nell Page,


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       Jose Pena, Dale Pennington, Gordon Powell, Leon Smith, Merritt Taylor, Paul Teague,
       Thomas Valaco and Al Wagner, Texas A&M University.
Turfgrass Pest Management. Michael P. Kenna, Ken Pinkston, Mark Andrews, Jim Criswell, Gerrit
       Cuperus,Joel Barber, Richard Price, Douglas Montgomery, Don Arnold, Randy Taylor and
       Willard Downs, Oklahoma State University.
Pecan Production in the Southeast: A Guide for Growers.WilliamD. Goff, John R. McVay and W.
       S. Gazaway, Auburn University.
Speciality Vegetables in Texas.Thomas D. Longbrake, Marvin L. Baker, Sam Cotner, Jerry Parsons,
       Roland Roberts and Larry Stein, Texas A&M University.
Connercial Vegetable Crop Recommendations. C. R. Roberts, J. G. Strang, W. C. Dunwell, R. T.
       Jones, Lee Townsend, J. R. Hartman, Donald Hershman, J. R. Martin, J. D. Green and W. O.
       Thom, University of Kentucky.
Commercial Watermelon Production. Darbie M. Granberry and Wayne J. McLaurin, University of
       Georgia.

1991
Tomato Production in North Carolina. Doug Sanders, North Carolina State University.
Propagating Deciduous Fruit Plants Common to Georgia. M. E. Ferree, University of Georgia.
Squash Silverleaf and Tomato Irregular Ripening: New Vegetable Disorders in Florida. Don
       Maynard, University of Florida.
Texas Star Selection. Don Wilkerson, Texas A&M University.
Florida Lawn Handbook. L. B. McCarty, University of Florida.
Minor Fruits and Nuts in Georgia. Gerard Krewer, University of Georgia.
Bedding Plant Production. John Kelly, Clemson University.
Texas Pecan Profitability Handbook. Larry Stein, Texas A&M University.
Growing Table Grapes in Kentucky. John Strang, University of Kentucky.
Texas Bluebonnets. Jerry Parsons, Texas A&M University.
Post Harvest Management Handbook. Wilton Cook, Clemson University.
Home Fruit Production – Citrus Julian Sauls, Texas A&M University.

1992
Something to Grow On. Bridget Behe and Ken Tilt, Auburn University.
Water Management Guidelines for the Greenhouse Industry. Don C. Wilkerson, Bastiaan M.
       Drees, DeniseMcWilliams and John M. Sweeten, Texas A&M University.
Home Nut Production - Pecans. John A. Lipe, Larry A. Stein, George Ray McEachern, John
       Begnaud and Sammy Helmers, Texas A&M University.
Xeriscape Landscape Water Conservation in the Southeast. John Kelly, Mary Haque, Debra
       Shuping and Jeff Zahner, Clemson University.
Commercial Pepper Production. Darbie M. Granberry and Paul Colditz, University of Georgia.
Home Vegetable Gardening. Wilton Cook, Randy Griffin, and Charles Drye, Clemson University.
Nutrition of Container and Field-Grown Nursery Stock. Mary C. Halbrooks, Clemson University.
Vegetable Grower's Handbook. Frank J. Dainello and Samuel D. Cotner, Texas A&M University.




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1993
Weeds of Southern Turfgrasses.Tim R. Murphy, Daniel L. Colvin, Ray Dickens, John W. Everest,
       David Hall and L. B. McCarty, University of Georgia, University of Florida, Auburn
       University, Auburn University, Auburn University, University of Florida (now KBN
       Engineering, Inc.), and University of Florida.
Preparing Nursery Plants for Winter. T. E. Bilderback and R. E. Bir, North Carolina State
       University.
Grapes and Berries for the Garden. E. B. Poling, North Carolina State University.
Propagation of Ornamental Plants for Oklahoma. Mike Schnelle, Cathy Koelsch, Janet Coke,
       Tom Diel and Gayle Hiner, Oklahoma State University.
Amaryllis. Paul A. Thomas, University of Georgia.
Disease and Insect Conttrol Progam for Home Grown Fruit in Kentucky.R. T. Jones, J. R.
       Hartman, R. Bessin, J. G. Strang, M. L. Witt and G. R. Brown, University of Kentucky.
Xeriscape: A Guide to Developing aA Water Wise Landscape. Gary L. Wade, University of
       Georgia.
Home Composting Handbook. Wayne J. McLaurin and Gary L. Wade, University of Georgia.
Composting Handbook. J. David Williams, James O. Donald, Tony A Glover and William P. Goff,
       Auburn University.

1994
North Carolina Basil Production. Jeanine M. Davis, North Carolina State University.
Watermelon Production Guide for Florida. Donald N. Maynard, editor, University of Florida. Gary
       A. Clark, Gary W. Elmstrom, George J. Hochmuth, D. L. Hopkins, Freddie A. Johnson, T.
       A. Kucharck, A. G. Smajstrla, Scott A. Smith, William M. Stall, Timothy G. Taylor, John J.
       Vansickle, Charles S. Vavrina and Susan E. Webb, Guld Coast Research & Education
       Center, University of Florida.
Greenhouse Tomato Handbook. Richard G. Syder, Mississipi State University.
Commercial Greenhouse Pests. Michael A. Schnelle, John M. Dole, Ken Pinkston and Don Arnold,
       Oklahoma State University.
Starting a Container Nursery Business. Ken Tilt and Patricia Cobb, Auburn University.

1995
The GCFGA Newsletter. Paul A. Thomas, University of Georgia and the GCFGA.
Bee Pollination of Georgia Crop Plants Keith Delaplane, Paul S. Thomas and Wayne McLaurin,
       University of Georgia.
Best Management Practices for Florida Golf Courses. L. B. McCarty and M. L. Elliott, University
       of Florida.
Shiitake Mushroom Production Logs. Cathy Sabota and Hosea Nall, Alabama A&M University.
Easy Reference to Sustainable Landscape Management and Water Quality Protection. Diane
       Relf, Susan Day and Marc Aveni, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
The Alabama Micro - Irrigation Handbook. David G. Himelrick, Larry M. Curtis, Ted W. Tyson,
       Arlie A. Powell, William D. Goff and James E. Hairston, Auburn University.
Plasticulture for Commercial Vegetable Production. Darbie M. Granberry, Willie O. Chance, Terry
       Kelly, Wayne J. McLaurin, Kerry A. Harrison and Doug Sanders, University of Georgia and


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       North Carolina State University.
Growing Peaches in North Carolina. M. L. Parker, North Carolina State University.
Strawberry Plasticulture Guide for North Carolina. E. B. Poling and D. W. Monks, North Carolina
       State University.
Texas Commercial Vegetable Production Guide. Frank J. Dainello, TexasA&M University.
A Guide to Intensive Vegetable Systems. Doug Sanders (Editor), North Carolina State University.
Commercial Muscadine and Bunch Grape Production Guide. David G. Himelrick and W. A.
       Dozier, Jr., Auburn University.
Wildflowers .W. L. Corley, Wayne J. McLaurin, Gary L. Wade and J. D. Midcap, University of
       Georgia.
Pinto Beans - Texas Commercial Vegetable Growers Guide. Roland Roberts, Texas A&M
       University.
Small Trees for Urban Spaces in Kentucky. M. L. Witt, Lenore J. Nash and William M. Fountain,
       University of Kentucky.
Commercial Vegetable Crop Recommendations. John Strang, Winston Dunwell, Terry Jones, Rick
       Bessin, William Nesmith, John Hartman and Bill Thom, University of Kentucky.
Commercial Strawberry Production. David G. Himelrick, Arlie A. Powell and W. A. Dozier, Jr.,
       Auburn University.

1996
Florida Lawn Handbook. Lambert B. McCarty, Robert J. lack and Kathlees C. Ruppert, University
       of Florida.Contributing Authors: S. P. Brown, J. L. Cisar, R. A. Dunn, T. E. Freeman, M. J.
       Holsinger, W. H. Kern, Jr., P. G. Koehler, O. N. Nesheim, D. H. Oi, J. B. Sartian, J. M.
       Schaeferm, D. E. Short and G. W. Simone, University of Florida.
Your Florida Landscape Robert J. Black, Kathleen C. Ruppert, University of Florida.Contributing
       Authors: Michaie J. Aerts, William J. Becker, Timothy K. Broschat, James L. Caster, Greg
       L. Davis, Bijan Dehgan, Edwin R. Duke, Robert A. Dunn, Thomas M. Dykstra, Edward F.
       Gillman, William G. Griwwold, Dale H. Haeck, Dewayne Ingram, Freddie A. Johnson,
       Gerald Kidder, James W. Kimbrough, Gary W. Knox, Phillip Koehler, alan W. Meerow,
       Donna Mitchell, O. Norman Nesheim, Jeffrey G. Norcina, Snydney Park Brown, Paul F.
       Ruppert, Donald E. Short, Gary W. Simone, Karen M. Vail, Thomas H. Yeager and
       Raymond H. Zerba, University of Florida.
Commercial Blueberry Production in Florida. Jeffrey G. Williamson and Paul Lyrene, University
       of Florida.
Starting A Greenhoust Business. Paul A. Thomas and William A. Thomas, University of Georgia.
Medium-Sized Trees for KY Landscapes. Mary Witt and John Swintocky, University of Kentucky.
Cabbage, Broccoli, Cauliflower and Green Production in North Carolina. D. C. Sanders, J. M.
       Davis, J. V. Baird, R. E. Sneed, J. F. Walgenbach, K. A. Sorensen, H. E. Duncan, P. B.
       Shoemaker, D. W. Monks, L. G Wilson, M. D. Boyette and E. A. Estes, North Carolina State
       University.
Commercial Production of Edible Beans and Southern Peas. David B. Adams, Jonathan R.
       Schultheis, C. Dale Monks, Darie Granberry, Willie O. Chance, III, Anthony W. Tyson,
       Ronald E. Sneed, Paul E. Sumner, Johnny Day Gay, Charles W. Averre, David Monks,
       Michael D. Boyette, William O. Mizelle, Jr., and Edmnd A. Estes, the University of Georgia


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       and North Carolina State University.
Plasticulture for Commercial Vegetables.W. P. Cook, D. C. Sanders and D. Granberry, Clemson
       University, North Carolina State University and The University of Georgia.
Cucurbit Production and Pest Management. James E. Motes, Gerrit Cuperus, Bob Cartwright, Jim
       Criswell, John Damicone, Niels Maness, Warren Roberts, Joe Schatzer, Al Sutherland, Dan
       Tilley, Oklahoma State University.
Ornamental Pest Management. Michael A. Schnell, Gerrit Cuperus, Janette L. Jacobs, Sharon L.
       von Broembesen, Ken Pinkston and Jim Criswell, Oklahoma State University.

1997
Guide To The Commercial Production of Muskmelon (Canteloupe) and Related Melons.
       Joseph M. Kemble, Auburn University.
Peaches and Nectarines for Central and North Florida J. G. Williamson, P. C. Andersen and
       W. B. Sherman, University of Florida.
Plant Fun: Crafts and Games for All Ages. Kathleen C. Ruppert, University of Florida.
The Georgia Master Gardener Handbook. Compiled and edited by M. E. "Butch" Feree,
       University of Georgia. Thirty-two University of Georgia and USDA-ARS scientists
       contributed to the publication.
Disease and Insect Contol Programs for Home Grown Fruit in Kentucky Including Organic
       Alternatives. J. G. Strang, J. R. Hartman, R. Bessin, R. Hadad, R. T. Jones, G. R. Brown
       and M. L. Witt, University of Kentucky.
Starting Vegetable Transplants. Richard G. Snyder, Mississippi State University.
Horticultural Pest Control Manual. Gwyn F. Riddick and Jim Baker, North Carolina State
       University.
The Mid-Atlantic Winegrap Grower's Guide. Tony K. Wolf and E. Barclay Poling, Virginia
       Polytechnic Institute and State University and North Carolina State University.
Texas Master Gardener Handbook. Douglas F. Welsh and Samuel D. Cotner, Texas A&M
       University.
The Water-wise Gardener. Marc T. Aveni, Ludwig F. Hartung, Sheri T. Dorn and Diane Relf,
       Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.

1998
Alkalinity Control For Irrigation Water Used In Nurseries And Greenhouses. Doug Bailey and Ted
       Bilderbeck, North Carolina State University
Quality Landscape Management: The Employee's Role. Gary L. Wade, Joan E. Marsh, Judy
       Sharpton, E. Randall Drinkard and Marco T. Fonseca, University of Georgia
Poisonous Plants of North Carolina. Alice B. Russell, James W. Hardin, Larry Grand and Angela
       Fraser, North Carolina State University
Guide To Commercial Summer Squash Production. J. M. Kemble, G. W. Zehnder, E. J. Sikora, M.
       G. Patterson and E. Bauske, Auburn University
Ginseng: A Production Guide for North Carolina. Jeanine M. Davis, North Carolina State
       University
Sustainable Practices for Vegetable Production in the South. Mary Peet, North Carolina State
       University


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Management of Sports Fields in Mississippi. David Nagel, Mississippi State University

Monitoring Adult Weevil Populations in Pecan and Fruit Trees in Oklahoma. Phillip G. Mulder, B.
      Dean McCraw, Oklahoma State University; William Reid, Kansas State University and R. A.
      Grantham, Oklahoma State University
Scheduling Vegetable Planting to Avoid Cold Injury. Darbie M. Granberry, William Terry Kelley
      and Timothy C. Anderson, University of       Georgia
Designing and Maintaining Bermudagrass Sports Fields in the United States. Bert McCarty,
      Clemson University; Jeff Higgins, Auburn University and Landon C. Miller, Clemson
      University
Drip Chemigation: Injecting Fertilizer, Acid and Chlorine. Darbie M. Granberry, Kerry A. Harrison
      and William Terry Kelley, University of Georgia
Your Florida Guide to Bedding Plants. Robert J. Black and Edward F. Gilman, University of Florida
1997 Texas Pecan Handbook. George Ray McEachern and Larry A. Stein, Texas A&M University
The Sunshine Project. Jeff L. Sibley, David G. Himelrick, W. A. Dozier, Jr. and James O. Donald,
      Auburn University
Mowing for Money: A Dollar and Sense Guide to Lawn Care Kathleen C. Ruppert, Arlene Zavocki
      Stewart, Eleanor Foerste, Shirley Anderson, Brian Owens, Robert Degner, M. Joy Cantrell
      and Al Dudeck, University of Florida

1999
Trees from the Ground Up - Urban Forestry. Kathleen C. Ruppert, Robert J. Black and Janice O.
       Easton, University of Florida.
Pest Control Recommendations for Professional Turfgrass Managers. Bert McCarty, Bruce
       Martin, Clyde Gorsuch, Ted Whitwell and Landon Miller, Clemson University.
Vegetable Production Guide for Florida. George Hochmuth, Donald Maynard, Richard P.
       Cromwell, Stephen A. Sargent, Kenneth D. Shuler, Thomas W. Dean, Allen G. Smajstrla,
       Scott A. Smith, Robert C. Hochmuth, William M. Stall, Freddie A. Johnson, Philip A.
       Stansly, Thomas A. Kucharek, Mary L. Lamberts, Timothy G. Taylor, John J. VanSickle, O.
       N. Nesheim, Charles S. Vavrina, Joseph W. Noling, J. M. White and Stephen M. Olson,
       University of Florida.
Commercial Vegetable Crop Recommendations 1989-1999. Brent Rowell, Terry Jones, John
       Strang, William Nesmith and Ric Bessin, University of Kentucky.
Tree Pest and Problem Posters: 1) Deciduous, 2) Evergreen, 3)Environmental & Mechanical.
       Mike Schnelle, Betsy Hudgins, Melissa Pearson, Mark Bays, Cathy Koelsch, Ken Pinkston
       and Gerrit Cuperus, Oklahoma State University and Oklahoma Forestry ervices.
A Guide to Successful Pruning - Pruning Calendars. Bonnie Appleton and Susan Fench, Virginia
       Polytechnic Institure and State University.
Cooking with Pawpaws. Desmond Layne and Ms. Snake Jones, Kentucky State University (present
       address, Clemson University).
Common Diseases of Snap and Lima Beans. Edward Sikora, Joseph Kemble and E. Bauske,
       Auburn University.
Guide to Commercial Pumpkin and Winter Squash Production. J. M. Kemble, E. J. Sikora, G. W.
       Zehnder and E. Bauske, Auburn University.


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Hobby Greenhouse Construction. J. Raymond Kessler, Jr., Auburn University.
Tech Hort Horticulture: The Art of Plant Science (web site). Ellen Peffley, Richard Durham,
       Cynthia McKenney and Ashley Applegarth, Texas Tech University.
Environmental Landscape Plant Nutrition Deficiency Symptom Identificaton (CD)Tom Yeager,
       Tim Broschat and Ed Gilman, University of Florida , Fruit Science, Vegetable Crops,
       Floriculture and Ornamental Horticulture, Postharvest and Biotechnology Horticulture,
       Poster, Extension, Education and Collegiate Branches.
2000
AU Horticulture Variety Trials On-Line. Eric Simonne, Raymond Kessler and David Himelrick,
       Auburn University.
Buy Green & Save: The Florida Homebuyer's Guide to Energy and Water Savings. Kathleen C.
       Ruppert, Barbara M. Haldeman, Arlene Z. Stewart and Annette P. Cannon, University of
       Florida.
1999 North Carolina Commercial Vegetable Recommendations. Edited by D.C. Sanders, North
       Carolina State University; J.M. Kemble, E. H. Simonne, E.J. Sikora and M.G. Patterson,
       Auburn University; R.L. Hassell and R. Griffin, Clemson University; D. Granberry and W.T.
       Kelley, University of Georgia; D.H. Nagel, R.G. Snyder, P.G. Thompson, J.A. Fox, F.J.
       Killebrew and J.P. Harris, Mississippe State University; N.G. Creamer, J.M. Davis, D.W.
       Monks, D.C. Sanders, J.R. Schultheis, L.G. Wilson, M.D. Boyette, G.T. Roberson, K.A.
       Sorensen, J.F. Walgenbach, C.W. Averre, M.A. Cubeta, G.J. Holmes, F.J. Louws, D.F.
       Ritchie, P.D. Shoemaker, C.R. Crozier, S.C. Hodges and G.D. Hoyt, North Carolina State
       University.
Carolina Specialties. E.B. Poling, North Carolina State University.
Commercial Poinsettia Production Guide and PICT Guide for Poinsettia Disorders. Edited by Brian
       Whipker; Douglas Bailey, James Baker, Mike Benson, William Fonteno, James L. Gibson,
       Ron Jones, Roy Larson (retired), and Brian Whipker, North Carolina State University.
Commercial Production of Pickling and Slicing Cucumbers in North Carolina. Jonathan R.
       Schultheis, Charles W. Averre, Michael D. Boyette, Edmund A. Estes, Gerald J. Holmes,
       David W. Monks and Kenneth A. Sorensen, North Carolina State University.
Guide to Commerical Eggplant Production. J.M. Kemble, E.J. Sikora, E.H. Simonne, G.W. Zehnder
       and M.G. Patterson, Auburn University.
Herbs in South Carolina. Wayne J. McLaurin and Sylvia R. McLaurin, University of Georgia.
High Density Apple Orchard Management. Michael L. Parker, C. Richard Unrath, and Charles
       Safley, North Carolina State University and David Lockwood, University of Tennessee.
Improving Roadside Vegetation With Compost. Robert J. Black and Gerald Kidder, University of
       Florida.
Organic Fruit and Vegetable Web Page. Rick Snyder and Arthur Bufogle, Mississippi State
       University.
Pawpaw Information Web Site. Kirk W. Pomper and Snake C. Jones, Kentucky State University.
Sod Production in the Southern United States. Bert McCarty and Landon Miller, Clemson
       University; Gil Landry, Jr., Universrity of Georgia and Jeffery M. Higgins, Pursell
       Technologies, Inc., Sylacauga, AL.
Vegetable Production Guide for Florida. Richard P. Cromwell, Thomas W. Dean, George J.
       Hochmuth, Robert C. Hochmuth, W. Hock , Pennsylvania Sttate University; Freddie A.


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       Johnson, Thomas A. Kucharek, Mary L. Lamberts, Donald N. Maynard, O.N. Nesheim,
       Joseph W. Noling, Stephen M. Olson, Stephen A. Sargent, Kenneth D. Shuler, Allen G.
       Smajstrla, Scott A. Smith, William M. Stall, Philip A. Stansly, Timothy G. Taylor, John J.
       VanSickle, Charles S. Vavrina and J.M. White, University of Florida.

2002
Landscape Horticulture at Auburn University. Raymond Kessler, David Williams, Ken Tilt, Bernice
       Fischman, Auburn University.
Commercial Production of English Ivy (Hedera helix L.). Bodie V. Pennisi, University of Georgia.
Integrated Pest Management in the Home Landscape-Trees and Shrubs (Video). Richard E. Durham,
       John R. Hartman, Monte P. Johnson, and William M. Fountain, Department of Horticulture,
       Plant Pathology and Entomology, University of Kentucky.
Onion Production Guide. George Boyhan, Reid Torrance, Darbie Granberry, Terry Kelley, Kerry
       Harrison, Paul Sumner, David Landston, David Adams, Stanley Culpepper, Bryan Maw,
       David Riley, Al Purvis, Bill Hurst and Bill Randle, University of Georgia.
Trees and Construction: Keeping Trees Alive in the Urban Forest. Kathleen C. Ruppert, Barbara
       Haldeman, Katherine K. Allen-Hurt, Celeste White, and Eleanor Foerste, University of
       Florida.
Vegetable Crop Guidelines for the Southeastern U.S. Edited by Doug Sanders, North Carolina Sttate
       University, J.M. Kemble, E.H. Simone, E.J. Sikora and M.G. Paterson, Auburn University;
       R.L. Hassell and R. Griffin, Clemson University; D. Granberry and W.T. Kelley, University
       of Georgia; K.E. Cushman, D.H. Nagel, R.G. Snyder, P.G. Thompson, J.A. Fox, F.J.
       Killebrew, J.P. Harris and J. Byrd, Mississippi State University; N.G. Creamer, J.J. Davis,
       D.W. Monks, D.C. Sanders, J.R. Schulthesis, L.G. Wilson, K.A. Sorensen, J.F. Walgenbach,
       D.B. Orr, C.W. Averre, M.A. Cubeta, G.J. Holmes, F.J. Louws, D.F. Ritchis, P.D.
       Shoemaker, C.R. Crozier, S.C. Hodges and G.D. Hoyt, North Carolina State University.
Propagation of Ornamental Plants (Slide Set on CD). Bodie V. Pennisi, University of Georgia.
Developing a Water Wise Landscape (Slide set on CD). Gary Wade, Unniversity of Georgia.
Dogwoods for American Gardens. Willard T. Witte, Mark T. Windham, Wayne Clatterbuck, Alan S.
       Windham and Frank A. Hale, University of Tennessee; Donna C. Fare, U.S. National
       Arboretum, Floral and Nursery Plants Research Unit, McMinnville, Tennessee.
Georgia Commercial Vegetable Information. Paul E. Sumner, David B. Langston, Jr., William Terry
       Kelley, David B. Adams, George E. Boyhan, Darbie M. Granberry, Kerry A. Harrison,
       Stanley Culpepper, Bill Hurst and Greg Fonsah, University of Georgia.
Commercial Production and Management of Cabbage and Leafy Greens. William Terry Kelley,
       David B. Adams, Greg MacDonald, George E. Boyhan, Darbie M. Granberry, David B.
       Langston, Jr., Paul E. Sumner, Kerry A. Harrison, William O. Mizelle, George O. Westbury,
       Bill Hurst and Anthony W. Tyson, University of Georgia.
Greenhouse Food Production. Mary Peet, North Carolina State University.
Louisiana Lawn and Garden Website. Allen Owings, Tom Koske, and Robert Trawick, Louisiana
       State University.
Guide to Commercial Staked Tomato Production in Alabama. J.M. Kemble, L.M. Curtis and T.W.
       Tyson, Auburn University.
Weed Management in Ornamental Plantings: A Management Plant for Tennessee Homeowners.


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      Darren K. Robinson, University of Tennessee.
Commercial Management and Production of Pumpkins and Gourds. William Terry Kelley, David B.
      Langston, Jr., David B. Adams, George E. Boyhan, Darbie M. Granberry, Greg MacDonald,
      Paul E. Sumner, Kerry A. Harrison and Anthony W. Tyson, University of Georgia.
Fresh Produce Food Safety: Southeastern Training Program. Dennis J. Osborne, Douglas C.
      Sanders, and Donn R. Ward, North Carolina State University.

2003
Retail Reflections Website. James L. Gibson and Lane Greer, North Carolina State University.
Home Vegetable Gardening. Robert Polomski, Richard Hassell, Anthony Keinath, Clemson
        University.
Cucurbit Integrated Crop Management. Patricia Bolin, Lynn Brandenberger, Jim Criswell, Gerritt
        Cuperus, John Damicone, Jonathan Edelson, Niels Maness, William McGlynn, Jim Motes,
        Warren Roberts, Joe Schatzer, James Shrefler, Al Sutherland, Merritt Taylor, Penny Perkins-
        Veazie, Oklahoma State University, USDA/ARS.
Seedless Watermelon Transplant Production Guide. Richard Hassell, Jonathan Schultheis, Clemson
        University, North Carolina State University.
Commercial Production and Management of Carrot. Terry Kelley, David Langston, David Adams,
        George Boyhan, Darbie Granberry, Sharad Phatak, Greg MacDonald, Paul Sumner, Kerry
        Harrison, Anthony Tyson, William Mizelle, William Hurst, George Westberry, University of
        Georgia.
2002 Preplant Meetings - Plasticulture Strawberries-Berry Agent. Barclay Poling, North Carolina
        State University.
Good Agricultural Practices for the Production and Handling of Citrus Fruit, Green Beans and
        Peas, Peaches, Fresh Carrots and Root Crops, Melons and Tomatoes. Dennis Osborne,
        Douglas Sanders, Donn Ward, Jerry Bartz, Jeffrey Brecht, Darbie Granberry, Herman Hohlt,
        William Hurst, Michael Mahovic, Mark Ritenour, James Rushing, Steven Sargent, Keith
        Schneider, Amy Simonne, Al Wagner, Jr., North Carolina State University, University of
        Florida, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Clemson University, University
        of Georgia, Texas A&M University.

2004
Permanent Raised Bed Gardening, Volume I and II. Steve Upson, The Samuel Roberts Noble
        Foundation, Oklahoma.
Bridging the GAPs from the Farm to the Table. Dennis J. Osborne, Doug Sanders, Donn Ward,
        Kenneth Ellzey, Sonya Williams, North Carolina State University.
Site Analysis, Planting and Management of Ornamental Plants in the Landscape. Gary L. Wade,
        Sharlys Crisafulli, University of Georgia.
Fertilizer Injectors-Selection, Maintenance and Calibration. Bodie V. Pennisi, University of
        Georgia and Raymond Kessler, Auburn University.
Muscadine Grape Production Guide. E. Barclay Poling, Charles M. Mainland, William T. Bland,
        Bill Cline, Kenneth Sorenson, North Carolina State University.
Fertilizing Greenhouse Crops in Alabama. Raymond Kessler, Auburn University.
Georgia Vegetable Extension-Research Report. William Terry Kelley, David B. Langston, Dean


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       Batal, Denne Bertrand, Bob Poland, George Boyhan, Alex Csinos, David Curry, Richard
       Davis, Juan Carlos Diaz-Perez, Tim Flanders, Greg Fonsah, David Giddings, Darbie
       Granberry, Gregory Hardison, Randy Hill, T. Bryan Horten, Joes E. Hudgins, Wiley Johnson,
       Jimmy Laska, Jacob Price, David Riley, Kenny Seebold, Paul Summer, Patricia Timper,
       Theodore Webster, University of Georgia.

2005
Weed Management in Annual, Perennials and Herbaceous Groundcovers: Nursery Production and
        Professional Landscape Maintenance. Darren K. Robinson, University of Tennessee, Donna
        C. Fare, USDA-ARS and Mark A. Halcomb, University of Tennessee.
Serving Georgia's Turfgrass Needs Through On-Line Education: www.GeorgiaTurf.com. Clint
        Waltz, Jonathan Bohn and Bob Carrow, University of Georgia.
Ornamental and Turfgrass Pest Management. Wayne Buhler, North Carolina State University,
        James R. Baker, North Carolina State University, Robert Bellinger, Clemson University,
        Rick L. Brandenburg, North Carolina State University, Mark Czarnota, University of
        Georgia, Erv Evans, North Carolina State University, Paul Guillebeau, University of
        Georgia, Bruce Martin, Clemson University, Tim R. Murphy, University of Georgia, Lane P.
        Tredway, North Carolina State University and Colleen Y. Wawrfield, North Carolina State
        University.
Getting Started in the Greenhouse Business. Bodie Pennisi, Paul Thomas and Forrest E. Stegelin,
        University of Georgia.
Digital Photography for Horticulture Professionals. Paul Thomas and Bodie Pennisi, University of
        Georgia.
Producing and Marketing Strawberries for Direct Markets. C.D. Safley, E. Barclay Poling, Michael
        K. Wohlgenant, Olga Sydorovych and Ross F. Williams, North Carolina State University.
Landscape and Design for Energy Efficiency. Mary Taylor Haque, Lolly Tai and Don Ham,
        Clemson University.
The Water Wise Game. Gary L. Wade and Elizabeth Winans, University of Georgia.
Video Series: IPM for Controlling Insect Pests and Diseases in Greenhouse Tomato and Organic
        Nutrient Management for Greenhouse Tomatoes. Mary M. Peet, Keith Baldwin and Ken
        Ellzey, North Carolina State University and North Carolina A&T University.
Subsrate Nutrition, Thomas Yeager, University of Florida.

2006
Landscape Safety Training Manual for Hispanic Workers. Marco Fonseca, Alfred Martinez, Vincent
      Lopez and Gil Landry, University of Georgia.
Georgia Gold Medal Winners. Gary Wade and Sharley Crisafulli, University of Georgia.
Landscaping with Trees, Shrubs, and Vines in Oklahoma. Mike Schnelle, David Hillock, Jennifer
      Adsit, Gayle Hiner, Trish Gedon and Katie Reim,, Oklahoma State University.
Annuals and Perennials for Georgia Gardens. Paul Thomas and Bodie Pennisi,, University of
      Georgia.
Mouse Ear of Pecan. Lenny Wells, University of Georgia.
Greenhouse Tomato Growers' Glossary. Rick Snyder, David Ingram and Blake Layton , Mississippi
      State University and Experiment/Extension Centers.


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