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Welcome to the Department of Plant Science and Landscape Architecture in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of Connecticut.  The Department of Plant Science and Landscape Architecture offers degree programs in Horticulture, Landscape Architecture, and Turfgrass and Soil Science.  We conduct research in a wide range of disciplines, including Horticulture, Landscape Architecture, Turfgrass Management, Soil Science, Plant and Microbial Molecular Biology, Plant Biotechnology, and Integrated Pest Management.  We provide outreach services and expertise to the public in the areas of Horticulture, Landscape Architecture, Turfgrass and Soil Science, and Integrated Pest Management. Please contact us for more information about our programs.
Program Areas
Horticulture
Horticulture
The arts and sciences related to the cultivation of fruits and vegetables and production and use of plants to enhance human environments.
Landscape Architechiture
Landscape Architecture
is the art and science of planning and designing meaningful, memorable and sustainable exterior environments in a variety of scales and settings.
turf and soil science
Turfgrass and Soil Science
Turfgrass management and applying soil sciences to the needs of crop production as well as the role of soils in ecological processes
Plant Biotechnology
Plant Molecular Biology and Biotechnology
Basic research in plant biology and applications in plant biotechnology, including genetic improvement of plants.
Integrated Pest Management
is an approach to controlling pests in safer, more effective, longer-lasting ways.
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California Field Trip - 11/2011

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NEW  IPM Workshop: "best management practices for pesticide-free athletic field management"

August 15, 2013 East Haddam

MOLECULAR BIOLOGY RESOURCES
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DEVELOPING ALTERNATIVES TO INVASIVE PLANTs

Jessica Lubell's research - article from UConn Today.

 

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NEW  IPM Workshop: "best management practices for pesticide-free athletic field management"
August 15, 2013 East Haddam


uconn green roof project

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LA@UCONN - Blog

California Field Trip - 11/2011

DEVELOPING ALTERNATIVES TO INVASIVE PLANTs

Jessica Lubell's research - article from UConn Today.

 

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