Greenhouse Management/Aquaponics

Controlled Environment Agriculture
 
Controlled Environment Agriculture courses provide prepare students to become successful greenhouse professionals with the knowledge and skills to work in hydroponic and aquaponic greenhouses for home/farm and commercial scale operations. Students will learn about greenhouse operations, multiple hydroponic systems, major techniques, and challenges of growing hydroponic plants from propagation to harvesting and marketing, resource conservation, integrated pest management and aquaponics. Students will earn dual credit from the Santa Fe Community College leading to a Certificate and an Associate in Applied Science Degree in Controlled Environment Agriculture. Students will take one year of dual credit courses at the ECO campus, and may continue further courses at the Santa Fe Community College.




Contact the instructor, Paul Motsinger, for more information at paul.motsinger@sfcc.edu


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