Spring Plant Sale
at Cato Campus Horticulture Building
Friday April 19th, 9am to 6pm
Saturday April 20th, 9am to 12pm
The Horticulture Technology curriculum is designed to prepare individuals for various careers in horticulture. Classroom instruction and practical laboratory applications of horticultural principles and practices are included in the program of study.
Course work includes plant science, plant materials, propagation, soils, fertilizers, and pest management. Also included are courses in plant production, landscaping, and the management and operation of horticultural businesses.
Graduates should qualify for employment opportunities in nurseries, garden centers, greenhouses, landscape operations, gardens, and governmental agencies. Graduates should also be prepared to take the certified plant professional and licensed pesticide applicators examinations.
The Associate in Applied Science Degree – Horticulture Technology is awarded by the College upon completion of the program. You can also earn a Diploma in Horticulture Technology. We also have 3 sets of Horticulture Technology certifications available in: Landscape Design, Plant Production and Horticulture Maintenance.
Students, Alumni and Friends
The Horticulture Club keeps members and friends abreast of activities and each other.
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