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Calling All Plant & Garden Experts: Share Your Insights on Plants & Horticulture with Chase Horticultural Research Center's Guest Blogging Program

 We are excited to announce that Chase Horticultural Research Center is now accepting guest posts from plant & garden researchers / experts who are passionate about plants, plant diseases, crop science, botany, taxonomy, molecular research, and related fields.

At Chase Horticultural Research Center, we are committed to advancing the field of horticulture through innovative research and education. We believe that collaboration and knowledge sharing are key to achieving this goal, which is why we are inviting experts to share their insights and expertise with our community.

If you are someone who is interested in contributing to our blog, we would love to hear from you. We welcome original and informative posts on a wide range of topics related to plants and horticulture, including but not limited to:

  • Plant genetics and breeding
  • Plant diseases and pest management
  • Crop science and agriculture
  • Botany and taxonomy
  • Molecular research and biotechnology

Your guest post will be published on our blog, which reaches a diverse audience of horticulturalists, researchers, and plant enthusiasts from around the world. This is a great opportunity to share your research findings, insights, and opinions with a wider audience, and to engage with others who are passionate about horticulture and plant science.

To submit a guest blog post, please contact us (via the form at the bottom of the homepage: chasehorticulturalresearch.com) with your proposed topic and a brief summary of your post. We will review your proposal and get back to you as soon as possible. We look forward to hearing from you and to sharing your knowledge and expertise with our community.


Featured Horticultural Expert

Dr. Taha Arooj works as an Assistant Professor at GC University, where she teaches various botany courses including courses on physiology, phytopathology, and ethnobotany. She holds a PhD degree in Botany from GCU, Lahore.

Dr. Taha Arooj

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