Careers in Horticulture
A degree in horticulture will prepare you for success in a variety of fields, from sales to research, with job opportunities in areas such as floriculture, nursery crops management, landscape horticulture, and fruit, vegetable and nut crop management.
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Through student education, our goal is to develop and disseminate new knowledge that leads to cost-effective and profitable production and improved postharvest handling. As a department, we strive to facilitate the application of horticultural commodities and services that conserve natural resources while protecting and enhancing the environment.
Tiny Houses built by UGA studentsDavid Berle discusses sustainable building
Ranger Nick talks with UGA associate professor of horticulture David Berle about the tiny house built by UGA students using lumber cut on-site from storm-damaged trees. The house is located at the UGArden, a student community farm on the Athens campus.
Featured StoryInnovating the South’s precision agriculture technology
The University of Georgia invests in integrated precision agriculture to transform Georgia into the “technology capital of the East Coast.”