Andrew B. Ogden

Andrew B. Ogden

Senior Lecturer


  • MS in Horticulture, University of Georgia, 2009
  • BA in Anthropology and Environmental Studies, University of North Carolina, 1998

Courses currently teaching:

  • SAFS 410: A Taste of the Tropics
  • PBIO 421: Introduction to Horticulture
  • SAFS 510: Agriculture and Development in the Neotropics
  • SAFS 601: Fruit Crop Production
  • SAFS 679 and 680: The Food Production Field Experience
  • SAFS 689: Greenhouse Management and Operation

Research interests:

  • Improving profitability and sustainability of fruit and vegetable production
  • Controlled environment agriculture
  • High tunnel crop production and microclimate management
  • Tropical horticulture
  • Community and rural development
  • Cultivar development and evaluation
  • Permaculture, aquaponics

Selected publications:

Ogden, A.B. and M.W. van Iersel. 2009. Southern highbush blueberry production in high tunnels: temperatures, development, yield, and fruit quality during the establishment years. Hortscience 44(7): 1850-1856.

Ogden, A.B., J. Kim, C.A. Radcliffe, M.W. van Iersel, L.A. Donovan, A. Sugiyama. 2009. Leaf and bud  temperatures of southern highbush blueberries (Vaccinium corymbosum) inside high tunnels. Acta Horticulturae. (ISHS) 893:1319-1325.

Andrew Ogden
Spaulding Hall, Room G44
Durham, NH 03824