Horticultural Farmer Salary in Arizona, United States
The average pay for a Horticultural Farmer is $42,771 a year and $21 an hour in Arizona, United States.
The average salary range for a Horticultural Farmer is between $31,676 and $51,996.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Arizona, United States.
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Propagates and raises horticultural-specialty products and crops, such as seeds, bulbs, rootstocks, sod, ornamental plants, and cut flowers.
Prepares acreage utilization and work schedules, according to knowledge of crop culture, climate and market conditions, seed, bulb, or rootstock availability, and employable work force and machinery.
Attaches farm implements, such as disc and fertilizer spreader, to tractor and drives tractor in fields to till soil and plant and cultivate crop.
Inspects fields periodically to ascertain nutrient deficiencies, detect insect, disease, and pest infestations, and identify foreign-plant growth, and selects, purchases, and schedules materials, such as fertilizers and herbicides, to ensure quality control.
Hires field workers; assigns their duties according to scheduled activities, such as planting, irrigating, weeding, and harvesting; and oversees their activities.
Maintains personnel and production records.
Arranges with customers for sale of crop.
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