American Society for Horticultural Science
Founded in 1903, the American Society for Horticultural Science in Alexandria, Virginia is "the largest, most visible organization dedicated to advancing all facets of horticultural research, education, and application."
Its purpose is to promote the science of Horticulture.
In 1961, it had 2,226 active members (holding a degree and engaged in research), 42 Emeritus members and 90 Sustaining members (corporations or companies interested in horticultural research).
It produces a semi-annual publication and held annual meetings.
- 1943 Dr Henry A Jones.
- 1944 Lowell Fitz Randolph (a botanist at Cornell University).
- 1950 Julian C. Crane (University of California).
- American Society for Horticultural Science
- Texas Winegrape Network (Texas A&M University)
- National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council Scientific and Technical Societies of the United States and Canada (7th Edition, 1961), p. 96, at Google Books
- "Leonard H Vaughan, Seed Company Head, Dies at summer home". Chicago Tribune. 12 September 1943. Retrieved 9 November 2015.
- J. Janick HenPlant Breeding Reviews, Volume 1, p. 6, at Google Books
- Banks, Harlan P.; Srb, Adrian M.; Uhl, Charles H. "Lowell Fitz Randolph (Cornell University Faculty Memorial Statement)" (PDF). ecommons.library.cornell.edu. Retrieved 27 November 2014.
- "University of California: In Memoriam, 2000". texts.cdlib.org. Retrieved 9 November 2015.
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