Introduction to Hydroponics
HCS 2300 This hands-on intensive course will introduce students to soilless hydroponic crop production. The course will provide basic information on key components of hydroponics, different systems adopted for different crop species, as well as ideas of i ...
Hydroponic Crop Production Lab
HCS 4301 Greenhouse laboratory course associated with the concurrent lecture course on Hydroponic Crop Production (HCS 4300 In-person or Online) will provide hands-on practices on greenhouse hydroponic crop production- leafy crops, micro-greens, tomato, a ...
Hydroponic Crop Production
HCS 4300 This course will offer students the foundational understanding of the greenhouse food crop production technologies and practices and introduction to the science behind them. Lectures will overview the history and basic principles of greenhouse cr ...
Phytochemicals in Human Health: Crops to the Clinic
HCS 7830 Covers the function and control of phytochemicals in plants, the function of phytochemicals in human health, delivery of phytochemicals through foods in the diet, strategies when designing studies examining foods for health, and policy and sustai ...
Metabolomics, Principles and Practice
HCS 7600 Introduces students to the principles and practice of metabolomics. Metabolomics is the study of the totality of small molecules existing within a system. We will focus here on the application of metabolomics to plant, food, nutrition and health- ...
Dr. Dominic Petrella
Dr. Dominic Petrella Assistant Professor (Affiliate) 70% Teaching | 30% Research email@example.com (330) 263-9722 Halterman Hall (290A) Wooster Campus PhD Horticulture and Crop Science- The Ohio State University (2017) BS Agriculture- The Ohio State Uni ...
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Agroecology Field Studies
HCS 5798 This course is a 2-week field study of New Mexico to demonstrate the factors that shape agriculture in the semi-arid southwestern United States and be exposed to Navajo and Pueblo agriculture. Students will learn about the biophysical, climatic, ...
Advanced Cropping Systems
HCS 5100 Students will examine issues related to economic and environmental sustainability, legal and ethical responsibility, and production efficiency to help students transition to being professionals. Students will apply their knowledge regarding row a ...
Advanced Horticultural Principles and Practices
HCS 5200 This course will prepare students for transition from student to professional by advancing their mastery of edible and ornamental horticultural crop principles and practices as they are driven by the interaction of cultivar genetics, plant physio ...