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Click on the following professionals for more information about their horticultural career.

 

 Brenda Young
 Brenda Young, Agronomist & Crop Specialist - Mid-Wood Inc.

As an agronomist I love field scouting because I get to go out in the field and investigate for bugs, diseases, and possible nutrient deficiencies and then make recommendations to the farmers. More information

 Dennis Miller
 Dennis Miller, Green Goods Buyer - Studebaker Nurseries

I enjoy working with plants. I get to order, care, and sell a product that enhances the beauty of our community and world. One of the great things about my job is that I don’t do the same things everyday. More information

 Karl Kisner
 Karl J. Kisner, Senior Marketing Manager - BASF

I oversee all aspects of the Marketing Area for the Professional Pest Control group with a heavy foucs on the developing and updating the Strategic Marketing plan for our department and products. More information

Kelly Staats
Kelly Staats, Plant & Plug Product Manager - Eason Horticultural Resources

Don't limit yourself to just being a grower or landscaper. The opportunities in this segment of our industry are endless, yet the brokerage/ distribution area itself is relatively small which enables you to really play a part in the market. More information

Michael Lee
 Michael Lee, Sales Representative - Bailey Nurseries Inc.

I help grow my customers businesses by providing new and distinctively better plants, and by furnishing the information to assist them in growing and marketing that product. More information

Michael Glen Miller
 Michael Glen Miller, General Manager - Decker's Nursery

My internship was by far the most important experience at OSU.The hands on experience I received while I was going to school showed me that to be successful in this industry continuous education is needed. More information

 Stephanie Perez
 Stephanie Perez, Turf Products Sales Representative - J.R. Simplot Company

Without plants there wouldn't be any oxygen or food; they protect against erosion and provide animals with places to live. Plants are a major part of our recreational activities and may be an alternative source of fuel in the future. More information

Traci Bultemeier
 Traci Bultemeier, Field Sales Agronomist - Pioneer/A DuPont Company

Plants are the basis for agricultural systems. Better quality crops mean better food for everyone. The people involved in agronomy are always trying to make the quality of crop better. More information


 

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