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Lorie M. Felton

Agriculture
Associate Professor

229.391.4798
lfelton@abac.edu
Environmental Horticulture 134


 

 

Education
Master of Science
Ornamental Horticulture
Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama

Bachelor of Science
Ornamental Horticulture with emphasis in Landscape Design
Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama

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Special Training or Certification
• Georgia Restricted-Use Pesticide Applicator’s License (Commercial Category 24)
• Georgia Certified Landscape Professional License
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Courses Currently Taught:
• AGRI 2209 – Agricultural Seminar (Fall, Spring)
• AGRI 2207 – Agricultural Internship (Fall, Spring, Summer)
• AGRI 4600 – Experiential Learning in Agriculture (Fall, Spring, Summer)
• HORT 2207 – Experiential Learning in Landscape (As needed)
• HORT 2215 – Landscape Design (Fall)
• HORT 2230 – Turf Internship (Fall, Spring, Summer)
• HORT 2240 – Landscape Internship (Fall, Spring, Summer)
• HORT 4600 – Experiential Learning in Turf

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Professional Societies and Activities
The Horticulture Club at ABAC (PLANET Student Chapter) – advisor
Collegiate FFA – ABAC Chapter – advisor
Georgia Green Industry Association
Georgia Urban Ag Council
Carolina Golf Course Superintendents Association
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Publications
Schroeder, C.B.; Seagle, E.D.; Felton, L.M.; Ruter, J.M.; Kelley, W.T. & Krewer, G. (2012). Introduction to Horticulture: Science and Technology. (5th ed.) Interstate Publishers, Inc.: Danville, IL.

Felton, Lorie (1999). “Space, Design and People”. Stewards of the Land: A Survey of Landscape Architecture and Design in America. National Council of State Garden Clubs, Inc., St. Louis, MO.

Resources

HORT 2241 - Grounds Management

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» Syllabus

3 hours. Discussions and laboratories addressing principles in selection, establishment and maintenance of ornamental trees, shrubs, groundcovers, lawns, and flower areas. Planting procedures, pruning, mulching, fertilization, bracing, cabling, and bark and cavity repair will be discussed. Fall.