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SNA Research

The Southern Nursery Association has been building a brighter future for the horticulture industry since 1899. As a regional association, SNA works to advance the horticultural industry in the southeast by supporting and enhancing educational, commercial and research opportunities; by gathering, analyzing and disseminating information; by providing a marketplace to promote the exchange and sale of nursery stock and other allied products to our members, our participating state associations and the industry – all essential elements of the survival of this industry.

SNA Horticultural Research Conference CLICK HERE

This two-day Horticultural Research Conference, now in its 64th year, is held annually in conjunction with the annual SNA Conference and has become world-renowned for quality research.

Call for Titles CLICK HERE

We invite all horticultural researchers and students to participate in The 64th Annual SNA Research Conference! 

Student Travel Grants CLICK HERE

Students participating in the Bryson L. James Student Research Competition can apply to receive a $300 Travel Grant toward their travel expenses for traveling to and participating in this competition!

SNA Research Conference Proceedings - OnLine (28 years)  CLICK HERE

As a service to the horticultural industry, the SNA Research Conference Proceedings – OnLine allows you to search and view publications from 1991 to present in PDF formats. 3,136 titles comprised of 12,393 pages of horticultural research (1991 - 2019) are at your fingertips! Take a look... there's lots of useful information!

SNA Forums

The SNA has established a number of discussion forums available to SNA Members and SNA Researchers as a convenient way to share ideas and information. These forums are easy to join and are divided into the major divisions following the Annual SNA Research Conference – Container-Grown Plant Production; Entomology; Economics & Marketing; Engineering, Structures & Innovations; Field Production; Floriculture; Growth Regulators; Landscape; Pathology & Nematology; Plant Breeding & Evaluation; Propagation; Weed Control; and Water Management.

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