Bs in horticulture in Michigan state university
Horticulture is the science and art concerned with the culture, production, marketing, and utilization of high value intensively cultivated plants. Horticultural crops are diverse, including annual and perennial species, food and ornamental plants, and plants grown outdoors and in controlled environments. Horticultural foods and food products, flowers, and landscapes sustain and enrich our lives. The primary horticulture discipline areas include floriculture, landscape horticulture, olericulture (vegetables), and pomology (fruits).
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Life Sciences, Farm Management, Research, Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical Industry