Dr. Khoddamzadeh’s research in sustainable and conservation horticulture science broadly covers how to integrate the science and the stakeholders’ need to address the real challenges associated with climate change and species endangerment with introducing alternative crops and application of adaptational strategies. This multidisciplinary research addresses a range of topics including 1. In-vitro micropropagation (tissue culture) and gene-banking (cryopreservation) of medicinal plants, flowers, ornamentals, and endangered plants, 2. Seed technology and biotechnology assessments, and 3. Optical non-destructive handheld sensor technology for sustainable fertilizer and water management of crops as the valuable practice for precision management decision making in botanic gardens, farms, and nursery production sectors.