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EDIS Update: LED Light Increases Leaf Area and Root Length of Humulus lupulus (var. Tettnanger) In Vitro

Hops, a growing specialty crop in Florida, are most well-known for their contributions to beer.  Hop plants are often reproduced using vegetative techniques, but micropropagation is becoming more popular due to an increased production rate. In this EDIS… Read More

EDIS Update: Development of a Model Mutagenesis System for Snapdragon

Snapdragon are one of the most popular perennials in the United States, coveted by gardeners, horticulturalists, and florists alike. When developing new varieties of snapdragon, using the “JI2” mutangenesis system offers many advantages, including operating convenience and simpler… Read More

EDIS Update: LED Light Increases Leaf Area and Root Length of Humulus lupulus (var. Tettnanger) In Vitro

Humulus lupulus, or hops, are most commonly known for their role in the production of beer. While a majority hops produced in the United States is in the Northwest, hops have potential as a specialty crop in Florida…. Read More