Edible plants Research


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Microgreens 
Microgreens are tiny plants that add zest to salads and main dishes, and are popular with chefs and customers at high-end restaurants.


 

Recent Publications

Enhanced Nutrient Profiles of Culinary Herb Microgreens after Sodium Selenate Biofortification in Hydroponic Conditions.  Newman, G. N., Y. Moon, C. E. Sams, and N. L. Waterland.  2019.  HortScience, 54(9) S74. [Abstract]

Enhanced Nutrient Profiles of Culinary Herb Microgreens after Sodium Selenate Biofortification in Hydroponic Conditions.  Newman, R. G., Y. Moon, C. E. Sams, J. C. Tou, and N. L. Waterland.  2019.  HortScience, Hortscience 54(9) S74. [Abstract]

UT Gardens 2017 Best & Beautiful Annual and Edible Plants.  Hamilton, S. L., J. D. Newburn, A. J. Pulte, J. C. Reese, J. S. Reeves, and E. S. Willis.  2017.  Tennessee Greentimes - Spring.

UT Gardens 2016 Best & Beautiful Annual and Edible Plants.  Hamilton, S. L., J. D. Newburn, A. J. Pulte, J. C. Reese, J. S. Reeves, and E. S. Willis.  2016.  Tennessee Greentimes - Spring.