- Summer/Fall 2017
- Online, self-paced
PLEASE NOTE: Between June 30th at 11am to July 1 at 12pm we will be performing a site update, and will not be able to accept credit card payments during that time. We apologize for the inconvenience. The system will be fully functional on July 1 after 12pm.
Learn how to select a site, prepare soil and plant vegetables properly; gain skills to successfully produce food; learn to identify common insect and disease problems.
This course is part of OSU's Master Gardener curriculum, allow you to learn specific fundamentals of gardening.
- Basic Botany (free)
- Soils and Compost
- Vegetable Gardening
- Introduction to Entomology
- Plant Pathology
- Pesticide Safety
- Integrated Pest Management
- Woody Landscape Plants
Please note: Taking all eight self-paced courses will not allow you to receive a Certificate of Home Horticulture, become an OSU Master Gardener or earn a digital badge. These courses are entirely self-paced and are not taught by an instructor.
Gail Langellotto works with the Oregon State University Master Gardener program, state and local agencies, nonprofits and other non-governmental organizations. She helps to develop a better research-based understanding of how to design and sustainably manage gardens and parks to maximize ecosystem services. Her OSU Extension Service and outreach efforts are focused on communicating research-backed management practices to home gardeners and commercial landscapers.