Fruit and Vegetable Management 

College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences

Integrated Plant Sciences Program

Focusing on tree fruits, small fruits, and vegetables, you’ll learn the most efficient and sustainable practices to grow, harvest, handle, store, and process diverse crops.    


  • Pullman

Degree Types:

  • Bachelor's
  • Doctorate
  • Master's
  • Minor


  • The Horticulture Center, comprised of the Spillman Agronomy Farm and the Tukey Horticulture Orchard, offers teaching, research, and extension opportunities, including the sale of surplus fruits and vegetables to the community 
  • Greenhouses, farms, research centers, and other facilities available on campus and throughout the state 
  • Participate in undergraduate research guided by renowned faculty 
  • Blend of classroom instruction and hands-on field experience 


With a Fruit and Vegetable Management degree, you can work in: 

  • Growing and farm management 
  • Production field advising 
  • Brokering and marketing of fruit and vegetable products 
  • Sales and management of produce firms 

Transfer Students

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Internships, Jobs, and Work-study

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Degree Options

Integrated Plant Sciences

  • Pullman

Master of Science in Horticulture

  • Pullman

Master of Science in Plant Pathology

  • Pullman

Doctor of Philosophy in Horticulture

  • Pullman

Doctor of Philosophy in Plant Pathology

  • Pullman


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