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What "fun fact" can you tell us about Morrisville that is not well known?

"Morrisville recently created their own brand called 'Morrisville Fresh'. Morrisville Fresh was created by the Agriculture Business program. They create, market, and sell products that are locally grown and processed. Some products include Slather Sauce, Apple Splashers, Maple Madness, and Pina Salsa. Morrisville Fresh also sells hydroponically grown butter crisp lettuce and fresh cheese curds. The Agriculture Business students take pride in the production of local foods that they help create."

School of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Dean: Christopher L. Nyberg
Phone: (315) 684-6083

Horticulture Business Management B.Tech.

Course Description

Horticultural Practices III

Horticulture Practices is an on-going group of courses that is designed to introduce, educate, and reinforce a wide range of horticultural practices. These practices include methods acceptable by both commercial and research sectors of the Green Industry. The goal of this course is to develop a broad base of horticultural skills and knowledge. Students will continue to develop mastery of basic skills while assuming managerial responsibilities of horticulture institute, horticulture students, and departmental projects. Advanced technology and skills will be added with each semester and credit hour. Prerequisites: HORT 111, HORT 211, or permission of instructor 2 credits (2 lecture hours), spring semester