David Sanford, Ph.D.
- PhD., Horticultural Science, North Carolina State University, 1984
- M.S., Horticulture, Michigan State University, 1976
- B.S., Floriculture and Ornamental Horticulture, Cornell University, 1970
- A.A.S., Landscape Development, Alfred State College, 1968
Resident Instruction (at the Berks Campus)
- Hort 101: Horticultural Science
- Hort 202: Plant Propagation
- Hort 138: Laboratories for Ornamental Plant Materials
- Hort 496: Independent Studies in Horticulture
- Soils 101: Indtroduction to Soils
- Coordinator for the College of Agricultural Sciences Program at the Berks Campus.
Conduct educational programs, in cooperation with county extension staff, on the identification, culture, maintenance, and landscape use of woody and herbaceous plants.
- Evaluation of woody and herbaceous plants for landscape use in southeastern Pennsylvania.
- Establishment and maintenance of wildflower meadow plantings.
Honors and Awards:
- Berks Campus Outstanding Service Award, 1993
- Sanford, David L. and J.Robert Nuss. 1995. Soil management in home gardens and landscapes. Penn State University, UJ 234.