Courses in Vegetables

Students learn contemporary production practices including plant biology and genetics, soils, ecology, and economics, with applications in plant nutrition, pest management, business, and marketing. Learning to manage real-world dilemmas with case studies, field trips, and internships encourages students to interact with growers, managers, field reps, and consultants. Student-run clubs provide opportunities for leadership and extracurricular activities.

HORT 112. INTRODUCTION TO HORTICULTURAL SYSTEMS, PRACTICES AND CAREERS

HORT/CSS 300 INTRODUCTION TO CROP PRODUCTION

HORT 260. ORGANIC FARMING AND GARDENING

HORT 433 SYSTEMATICS AND ADAPTATION OF VEGETABLE CROPS

 

All Horticulture classes

All Crop and Soil Science classes

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