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Department of Horticulture

The Department of Horticulture at Washington State University, is in the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences (CAHNRS). It has fully integrated programs in teaching, research, and extension.

Undergraduate Programs in Horticulture

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Agricultural Biotechnology

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Fruit & Vegetable Management

Women examine an evergreen tree

Landscape, Nursery & Greenhouse Management

A student examines grapes in a pressing vat

Viticulture & Enology

A roll of wheat in a field

Agricultural and Food Systems (AFS)

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Minor in Horticulture

Why a Horticulture Degree from WSU

WSU Horticulture is among the top ten programs in the U.S., offering a world-class education for students interested in a career that can directly impact the welfare of their community.

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Multi-campus Learning

Faculty in Horticulture are located across the state within a dynamic range of agricultural systems and settings.

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WSU Extension

Engaging people, organizations, and communities to advance knowledge, economic well-being, and quality of life by fostering inquiry, learning, and the application of research. Visit WSU’s Extension page.

Research & Extension
Centers

Mount Vernon
Prosser
Puyallup
Wenatchee

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Research & Extension Areas

Plant Genetics, Biotechnology & Informatics

Plant Genetics, Biotechnology & Informatics

The following faculty participate in the following research and extension areas. Click a name to learn more about these individuals and their current work.

Potato and Vegetable Crops

Potato and Vegetable Crops

The following faculty participate in the following research and extension areas related to potato and vegetable crops. Click a name to learn more about these individuals and their current work.

Fruit Trees

Fruit Trees

The following faculty participate in the following research and extension areas related to tree fruit. Click a name to learn more about these individuals and their current work.

Viticulture and Small Fruits

Viticulture and Small Fruits

The following faculty participate in the following research and extension areas related to viticulture and small fruit. Click a name to learn more about these individuals and their current work.

Urban Horticulture

Urban horticulture

The following faculty participate in the following research and extension areas related to urban horticulture. Click a name to learn more about these individuals and their current work.