Members of the NDSU horticulture and forestry club won competition awards at the annual meeting of the American Society for Horticulture Science held in Hawaii Sept.19-22.
The NDSU team took first place in fruit and nut commodity judging and nursery landscape commodity judging. Team members were Courtney Anderson, a senior business management major and horticulture minor from Gwinner, North Dakota; Connor Hagemeyer, a junior horticulture student from Clara City, Minnesota; Sarah Kickert, a junior horticulture student from Shakopee, Minnesota; and Andrew Scheldorf, a senior horticulture student from Chokio, Minnesota.
Hagemeyer also won first place individual overall and Scheldorf placed third in the undergraduate poster competition.
Club members Tristan Marette, a senior crop and weed sciences student from Versailles, France; Tony Paul, a junior landscape architecture student from Sartell, Minnesota; and Klarissa Walvatne, a sophomore agricultural economics and international studies major from Battle Lake, Minnesota, also participated.
The club is advised by Department of Plant Sciences faculty members Harlene Hatterman-Valenti and Todd West.
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