Information is one of the resources for the improvement of agricultural production. Every individual needs information to make some decisions. It is expedient for farmers, (literate or non-literate) to acquire to improve their farming cultural practices technical / scientific, commercial, social-cultural and legal information. Access to relevant information at the right time can contribute immensely to the eradication of poverty and hunger in our society. Scientists disseminate their findings through publication of their results in books, monographs, conference proceedings, seminars and peer-reviewed journals. This study is an appraisal of scientific papers that were published in Horticultural Society of Nigeria (HORTSON) proceedings between 2005 2009. Findings revealed the contribution of scientists by discipline to these publications within the study period. The breakdown include Soil management (4.7%) Vegetable Agronomy (52.0%) Agricultural Economics (6.6%), Agricultural Extension / Library science (4.4%), Fruits agronomy (19.9%), Farming system (3.6%), ornamental / Landscape (5.1%) and spices. (3.3%). From the study it was deduced that research scientists need to work in collaboration with information scientist and extension personnel in order to get newly developed technology disseminated to the farmers whether in rural or urban areas.