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Horticulture degrees

Horticulture can be defined as a branch of agriculture that deals with the art, science, and technology of plant cultivation and processing. This includes the cultivation of fruit, vegetables, seeds, herbs, flowers, water plants and non-food crops such as grass, ornamental trees and ornamental plants. Horticulture also includes plant conservation, landscape restoration, garden design, and arboriculture.

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Horticulture degrees are connected to Agriculture & Forestry degrees.
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Explore over 6 English-taught PhD Programmes in Horticulture from top universities and colleges worldwide. Find out about what yoy should expect to learn during a Horticulture degree. Compare your options and pick the best PhD's in Horticulture offered by international universities and colleges.

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