Plant and Horticultural Sciences

Programs in plant and horticultural sciences provide training in scientific methodology and the interpretation of experimental results for sustainable management. Subjects include breeding, genetics, physiology, ecology and production of field and horticultural crops such as cereals, corn, forages, oilseeds and pulses. 

Examples of research areas include: plant breeding, applications of plant biotechnology, understanding agricultural ecosystems and cytogenetic and molecular genetics.

Institutions offering programs related to this topic:

University of Guelph (Agriculture)

Plant Agriculture

University of Manitoba
Plant Science

University of British Columbia
Plant Science (M.Sc., Ph.D)

McGill University
Plant Science (M.Sc., Ph.D)

University of Saskatchewan (Agriculture)
Plant Sciences