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The horticulture curriculum is the part of plant agriculture concerned with turfgrasses, nursery crops, greenhouse crops, fruits, nuts and vegetables. Also, it involves landscape horticulture and management, interiorscaping, botanic garden management, public garden management, plant breeding and molecular biology. Course subjects vary from understanding the mechanisms of the cell to production and management of horticultural crops.

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Horticulture students learn outside of the typical classroom setting at a 230-acre Horticulture Research Station. View Horticulture Video