KIM WILLIAMS is a Professor of Floriculture at Kansas State University. She earned her M.S. and Ph.D degrees in Horticulture at North Carolina State University before joining the Horticulture faculty at Kansas State in 1997. Her research focuses on topics related to nutrient and water management during greenhouse crop production. She teaches courses in greenhouse management, floral crops production and plant nutrition. Kim is currently co-editing the book Water and Nutrient Management for Floral Crops which will be published by the University of California press later this year. She is a two-time co-recipient of The Alex Laurie Award from OFA and has received seven teaching awards while at K-State.
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GH23 - Putting the "Dirt" Back into Root Media: Using Calcined Materials in Soilless Mixes