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Graduate Student Wins American Society for Horticultural Science Contest

Jesse Puka-Beals has been named one of five winners of the American Society for Horticultural Science (ASHS) eOrganic Article Competition and will present his article at the 2020 ASHS Annual Conference in Orlando, FL August 9-13.
Graduate Student Wins American Society for Horticultural Science Contest

Jesse Puka-Beals

March 24, 2020

Jesse Puka-Beals has been named one of five winners of the American Society for Horticultural Science (ASHS) eOrganic Article Competition. Winners of this contest receive registration, travel and lodging expenses for the 2020 ASHS Annual Conference and will present their research at the conference. In addition,  their peer refereed article will be published to the eOrganic public website.

The title of Puka-Beals’s research article is Hydromulching: Another New Approach for Weed Management in Organic Agriculture. He is a Plant Sciences M.S. student in the Department of Plant Sciences advised by Greta Gramig. 

The 2020 ASHS Annual Conference will be in Orlando, FL August 9-13. The ASHS is a professional society for horticultural researchers and scientists, students, industry horticulturists and government agencies in every U.S. state and much of the world. For more information, see https://ashs.org/.

Author: Karen Hertsgaard, 701-231-5384, 
Editor: Kamie Beeson, 701-231-7123, 

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