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Click here to learn more about our Horticulture undergraduate courses. These students grew hydroponic tomatoes in Hort 3200.
We have a robust research program supporting many specialty crops in Georgia and beyond. Click here to learn more.
Horticulture Seminar Series for Graduate Student Research - Fall and Spring SemestersThe Horticulture Seminar Series will resume on Wednesday, January 18, 2023
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.
UGA Trial Gardens 2022-2023 InternshipHelp the UGA Trial Gardens flourish this season!
If you are interested in an internship with the UGA Trial Gardens during the 2022-2023 academic school year, email email@example.com for more information or for permission to register for HORT 3930 for credit.
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