About this Program
The Horticultural Sciences Department is a team of faculty, staff, and students dedicated to improving fruit and vegetable production for the benefit of farmers and consumers. Florida’s climatic diversity and the facilities at UF provide opportunities for cutting-edge research in plant breeding & genetics, plant and environmental physiology, fruit & vegetable production, postharvest physiology, biochemistry, and other disciplines.
Email | 352.392.1928
P.O. Box 110690
2550 Hull Road
GAINESVILLE FL 32611-0690
Some background courses in botany or plant science are recommended.
|HOS 3020C||Principles of Horticultural Crop Production||4|
|Select 9 credits:||9|
|Introduction to Citrus Culture and Production|
|Tropical and Subtropical Fruits|
|Tree and Small Fruit Production|
|Greenhouse and Protected Agriculture|
|Nutrition of Horticultural Crops|
|Organic and Sustainable Crop Production|
|FRC, HOS or VEC course (3000/4000 level)||3|