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Joshua Ken Craver
Asst Professor of Urban and Controlled Environment Horticulture (UCEH)
Horticulture and Landscape Architecture
College of Agricultural Sciences

Shepardson Building, Room
Phone:
970-491-7683
Education:
  • Ph D, Purdue University; Horticulture
  • MS, Kansas State University; Horticulture
  • BS, Mississippi State University; Horticulture
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Craver, Joshua Ken, Boldt, Jennifer K., Lopez, Roberto G., (2018) "Radiation Intensity and Quality from Sole-source Light-emitting Diodes Affect Seedling Quality and Subsequent Flowering of Long-day Bedding Plant Species" HORTSCIENCE 53 10 1407-1415

Craver, Joshua Ken, Gerovac, Joshua R., Lopez, Roberto G., Kopsell, Dean A., (2017) Light Intensity and Light Quality from Sole-source Light-emitting Diodes Impact Phytochemical Concentrations within Brassica Microgreens JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE 142 1 3-12

Gerovac, Joshua R., Craver, Joshua Ken, Boldt, Jennifer K., Lopez, Roberto G., (2016) Light Intensity and Quality from Sole-source Light-emitting Diodes Impact Growth, Morphology, and Nutrient Content of Brassica Microgreens HORTSCIENCE 51 5 497-503

Craver, Joshua Ken, Williams, Kimberly A., (2014) Assessing Student Learning From an Experiential Module in a Greenhouse Management Course Using Hydroponics and Recirculating Solution Culture HORTTECHNOLOGY 24 5 610-617

Craver, Joshua Ken, Miller, Chad T., Williams, Kimberly A., Boyle, Daniel L., (2014) Characterization and Comparison of Lesions on Ornamental Sweetpotato 'Blackie', Tomato 'Maxifort', Interspecific Geranium 'Caliente Coral', and Bat-faced Cuphea 'Tiny Mice' JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE 139 5 603-615

Craver, Joshua Ken, Miller, Chad T., Williams, Kimberly A., Bello, Nora M., (2014) Ultraviolet Radiation Affects Intumescence Development in Ornamental Sweetpotato (Ipomoea batatas) HORTSCIENCE 49 10 1277-1283

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