The Department of Horticulture is in the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences (CAHNRS). The department has fully integrated programs in teaching, research, and extension.
Our Degree Programs
The WSU Horticulture program is among the top ten programs in the U.S., and WSU plant science researchers are among the most productive in the nation.
Our administrative office is located on the main campus in Pullman. Our faculty are located in Pullman and at the following sites:
Research and Extension Centers
WSU Tree Fruit Research and Extension Center, Wenatchee, Washington
NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
Insight into late blight management in organic agriculture is one of the many outcomes of a three-year project led by WSU scientists Debra Inglis and Carol Miles.
New online training module produced with the expertise of D. Scott Mattinson and John Fellman of Horticulture’s Fruit Physiology and Biochemistry Laboratory teaches cider producers how to analyze their raw materials to provide a consistent mouth feel in their finished product.
Spring 2014 marks a fresh start for the Small Fruit Horticulture Program at WSU’s Northwestern Washington Research and Extension Center, as Lisa Wasko DeVetter joins the WSU Mount Vernon faculty as an Assistant Professor of Research and Extension, after completing her Ph.D project in cranberry yield at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
This single application allows you to apply for over 1,000 scholarships through WSU, and even more scholarships from our college and Horticulture.
The Tukey Horticulture Orchard continues its Friday ONLY “Already Picked” fruit sales for one more Friday in December and into January 2014.