Nursery Management (SOC CODE: 45-2092.01)
Work in nursery facilities or at customer location planting, cultivating, harvesting, and transplanting trees, shrubs, or plants.
- Nursery Workers
- Forest and Conservation Workers
- Nursery and Greenhouse Managers
- Nonfarm Animal Caretakers
- Farmers, Ranchers, and Other Agricultural Managers
- Farm and Ranch Managers
- Aquacultural Managers
- Production Workers, All Other
- Helpers--Production Workers
- Healthcare Social Workers
- Plant, spray, weed, fertilize, and water plants, shrubs, and trees, using hand tools and gardening tools.
- Sell and deliver plants and flowers to customers.
- Sow grass seed, or plant plugs of grass.
- Harvest plants, and transplant or pot and label them.
- Regulate greenhouse conditions, and indoor and outdoor irrigation systems.
- Cut, roll, and stack sod.
- Feel plants' leaves and note their coloring to detect the presence of insects or disease.
- Provide information and advice to the public regarding the selection, purchase, and care of products.
- Maintain and repair irrigation and climate control systems.
- Dig, cut, and transplant seedlings, cuttings, trees, and shrubs.
$21,800 - $25,100
$10.46 - $12.06
Projected New Jobs Annually In CA
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- Nursery Management
This certificate is designed to give students basic skills in production and marketing of plants and dry goods in the wholesale and retail nursery industry.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Students will demonstrate professional conduct.
- Students will be technically proficient.
- Students will demonstrate professional conduct in the industry.
- Students will give a professional quality oral presentation.
Review Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) for this program.
|Plant Propagation/Greenhouse Management|
|Ornamental Plants - Herbaceous|
|Landscaping and Nursery Management|
|Soil Science and Management|
|Irrigation - Drip and Low Volume|