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Qualitative Assessment of the Economic Impacts of Horticulture Research and Extension at MSU Coastal Research and Extension Center

Version 1 : Received: 18 November 2020 / Approved: 19 November 2020 / Online: 19 November 2020 (20:47:53 CET)

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Posadas, B.; Knight, P.; Stafne, E.; Coker, C.; Blythe, E.; Bachman, G.; DelPrince, J.; Langlois, S. Qualitative Assessment of the Economic Impacts of Horticulture Research and Extension at MSU Coastal Research and Extension Center. Horticulturae 2020, 6, 106. Posadas, B.; Knight, P.; Stafne, E.; Coker, C.; Blythe, E.; Bachman, G.; DelPrince, J.; Langlois, S. Qualitative Assessment of the Economic Impacts of Horticulture Research and Extension at MSU Coastal Research and Extension Center. Horticulturae 2020, 6, 106.

Journal reference: Horticulturae 2020, 6, 106
DOI: 10.3390/horticulturae6040106

Abstract

This paper summarizes opinions on the economic impacts of horticulture research and extension at MSU Coastal Research and Extension Center. More than 8,400 horticulture producers, master gardeners, research and extension staff, and non-profit organizations participated in horticulture events during the last five years. Qualitative assessments of horticulture research and extension performed by the faculty and staff were solicited during voluntary surveys.

Subject Areas

economic impact; ornamental horticulture; fruits and nuts; vegetables; flowers

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