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Department of Horticulture

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Horticulture faculty contribute to research, teaching, and Extension programs in collaboration with people who share an interest or passion for managing plants for human use and enjoyment.

Research faculty explore the frontiers of genetics, genomics, molecular biology, physiology, ecology, soils, crop and nutrient management, water quality and conservation, tillage and cropping systems, integrated pest management, and sustainable and organic farming systems.

Teaching faculty train students in integrated horticulture production (IHP), turf, and landscape management while other faculty teach graduate courses.

Extension faculty deliver educational topics in a variety of formats and research applications within subject matter or commodity areas.

We envision these programs contributing to either environmental landscapes or sustainable food and farming systems—important research areas within the Department of Horticulture.

Upcoming Events

Crop and Soil Science/Horticulture Seminar

Sharon Selvaggio (Water and Wildlife Program Director, Northwest Center for Alternatives to Pesticides) will be presenting "Careers in the Non-Profit Sector:...

2/25 4pm
Crop and Soil Science/Horticulture Seminar

Fares Alzahrani (Graduate student, Crop and Soil Science) will be presenting "Elucidating key aspects of the biology of select species of snail-killing flies...

3/4 4pm
Cherry Fruit School

Cherry Fruit School: From Bud to Bucket, Three Locations, March 12-13

Irrigation Water Management

Irrigation Water Management Hands on Workshop

Strawberry Field Day

Strawberry Field Day

6/12 1pm

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