Horticulture Reaction Paper

Horticulture Reaction Paper - Taylor Griswold 3/20/08...

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Horticulture is the science of growing plants in its essential definition. Brian Brown, who is the student services coordinator, came in and talked to us about the Horticulture major at Auburn. He talked to us about the program tracks, options for the major, job possibilities, emphasis, and things you can do with a degree in Horticulture. The four program tracks for Horticulture are Fruit and Vegetable Production, Nursery and Greenhouse Science, Landscape Horticulture, and Pre- Landscape Architecture. In Fruit and Vegetable Production you can get jobs in the USDA, Homeland Security, Research and Development, Co-op Extension and Marketing. In Nursery and Greenhouse Science you produce a lot of plants, so you can get a job as a Greenhouse manager, Nursery manager, or in Retail and Wholesale plant sales, or Brokerage. For Landscape Horticulture, which is the University’s largest Horticultural curriculum you can become a Landscape designer or get a job in Landscape Maintenance.
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