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This paper deals with the analysis of research output of ICAR- Indian Institute of Horticulture, Bangalore (ICAR-IIHR) during 1989 to 2018 appeared in web of science database. It attempts to analyze the growth and development of research activity of ICAR-IIHR as reflected in publications output in web of science database. Data for a study is total of 1095 have been downloaded and analyzed according to objectives. The study reveals that the growth of literature follows the exponential growth pattern, journal articles are the most published form of literature (90.13%), Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences followed by Current Science are top journals, United States and Horticultural experiment Station are top collaborating country and institutions. The highly productive subject areas are Agriculture and Plant Sciences .Collaborating authorship pattern analysis shows that degree of collaboration (90%) significantly high. Overall, the paper presents an informed account of ICAR-IIHR’s research performance.