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Teaching

Dr. Ferrarezi teaches HORT 3200: Hydroponics and Controlled Environment Horticulture (Spring, each year). The course focuses on the principles and practices of agricultural systems that modify the natural environment to enhance and optimize crop production. The emphasis is on edible horticultural crops and covers both soil and soilless growing methods, including hydroponics.

Spring 2022 class performing multiple hands-on activities in the Hydroponics Club teaching greenhouse assigned to the Ferrarezi Lab.

Final group presentations of the activities performed during the Spring 2022 class:

Dr. Ferrarezi also teaches HORT 4050/6050: Greenhouse Management I (Fall, each year). The course focuses on the principles and practices of producing potted greenhouse plants, bedding plants, and cut flowers—emphasis placed on production practices, environmental and operational management, and cost estimation.

Fall 2022 class visiting James Greenhouses in Colbert, GA.
Fall 2022 class visiting Davis Floral Greenhouses in Dewy Rose, GA.

Final individual presentations of the activities performed during the Fall 2022 class: