Lydiane Kyte

About the Author

Lydiane (Ann) Kyte holds a B.S. degree in botany from the University of Washington. She built a plant tissue culture program for Briggs Nursery, now world famous for its tissue-cultured plants.

John Kleyn received a Ph.D. in bacteriology from Cornell University and currently acquires books for Indonesian Universities.

Holly Scoggins teaches horticulture at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg. Her courses cover ornamental plant production and marketing, herbaceous landscape plants, and greenhouse management. Her research and extension focus includes production of perennials and field trials of hops. She holds a PhD in horticultural science from North Carolina State University.

Dr. Mark Bridgen is a professor at Cornell University and director of the Long Island Horticultural Research and Extension Center. He earned a PhD in plant physiology from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Dr. Bridgen teaches plant propagation, and his research specializes in ornamental plant breeding, plant tissue culture and micropropagation, and floriculture.

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