Andrew Ogden


Andrew is a Senior Lecturer in Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems in the Department of Agriculture, Nutrition, and Food Systems at UNH. He is the instructor of the SAFS 679/680 Food Production Field Experience class.


Office: Kendall Hall Room 416

Phone: 603-862-4893


  • Currently PhD candidate in Agricultural Science at UNH
  • 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
  • SAFS 421: Introduction to Horticulture
  • SAFS 510: Agriculture and Development in the Neotropics
  • SAFS 601: Fruit Crop Production
  • SAFS 679 & 680: The Food Production Field Experience
  • SAFS 689: Greenhouse Management and Operation

Research Interests:

  • Flowering time in Cucurbits
  • Grafting Cucurbits
  • Powdery mildew genetic resistance in Cucurbits
  • 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