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http://www.europeangrassland.org/

Information about the events, the journal, the executive committee, and a list of members.

http://haytalk.com/

A hay, forage and silage community with a forum, articles, blogs and news.

http://www.texaspeanutboard.com/

Features research, news, and nutrition.

http://www.cassavabiz.org/

Photographs of affected plants and information on cassava brown streak virus disease, cassava green mite and the mosaic virus, and also pest and weed control in this crop.

http://www.potatogrower.com/

The official web site of Potato Grower Magazine. Information on chemical producers, equipment manufacturers, blight, irrigation equipment, and advertising information.

http://www.euroblight.net/

A European network of scientists and other specialists working on potato late blight

http://www.worldfish.org/

Works with professionals and communities to achieve sustainable management of economically important fish stocks.

http://www.biotecmar.eu/

Project to support the development of a chain for the production of valuable ingredients using underexploited marine by-products.

http://www.ptagis.org/

The Passive Integrated Transponder (PIT) tag has been developed as a research and management tool for monitoring the movement of juvenile and adult salmonids in the Columbia River Basin.

http://www.iotc.org/

Manages tuna and related species. Committee reports, statistics, organisational details.

http://www.arboristsite.com/

A loose affiliation of volunteer tree working professionals that discuss the needs of tree care within the industry and answer questions for the general public.

http://www.eac-arboriculture.com/

A forum for arboricultural organizations in Europe to liaise on research and education in tree establishment and improvement of working practices.

http://www.iufro.org/

IUFRO is a non-profit, non-governmental international network of forest scientists. Its objectives are to promote international cooperation in forestry and forest products research.

http://www.njforestry.org/

Promotes forestry and forest management on woodlands throughout the state.

http://www.nbfta.org/

Dedicated to promoting and educating forest technicians world-wide. Site offers free email and employment message board.

http://www.brown-spruce-longhorn-beetle.com/

Brief account of this pest of spruce trees, its growth, and means of control.

http://www.gypsy-moth.com/

A short account of this caterpillar pest of maples, oaks and elms.

http://www.invasivespecies.gov/

Provides extensive information on all kinds of invasive species in North America.

http://www.savinghemlocks.org/

Provides information showing how the Sasi predator beetle is an effective biological control method against the hemlock woolly adelgid.

http://www.revistapadurilor.ro/

Revista Pădurilor is a romanian scientific journal that appears since 1886, the oldest journal published without interruption from Romania.

http://www.texasurbantrees.org/

Site provides information about the organization's programs, invasive pests, trees, has links to related sites and has a news page with urban forestry related articles.

http://www.horticulture-india.com/

Information about the horticultural technology with links to the Journal of Applied Horticulture, and horticultural societies.

http://www.plantationsystems.com/

Undertakes research on black truffles (Tuber melanosporum)and operates a global network of client-partner truffle plantations that comprise the world’s largest truffle research network.

http://www.actahort.org/

Online scientific papers concerning fruit and fruit cultivation.

http://www.uc-cranberries.com/

Provides a history of the cranberry in North America and an illustrated account of how cranberries are being cultivated commercially in Eastern Ontario.

http://dragonfruitpitaya.org/

Provides information on the dragon fruit cactus plant, also known as pitaya or pitahaya, its history, pollination, cultivation, its nutritional value and how to eat the fruit.

http://www.almondboard.com/

The Almond Board of California provides information on this crop, with eighty percent of the world’s supply being produced in the state.

http://www.okspecialtyfruits.com/

This Canadian agricultural biotechnology company is developing new commercial tree fruit varieties, including a non-browning apple that should be of interest to the fresh-cut market.

http://www.bananas.org/

Homepage of the International Banana Society. Provides a wiki, gallery and extensive forums for members from around the world to discuss growing bananas, banana economics and banana cultivars.

http://www.hydroponics-center.com/

Offers information on hydroponics systems and growing techniques..