Dr. Arrington graduated with a BS in Horticulture from Brigham Young University Idaho. Completed a MS with Oregon State University in crop load and canopy management of tree fruit. Finished a PhD in plant physiology, specializing in crop load management and pollination of fruiting crops.
Dr. Arrington worked as a research scientist and director of new crops for Plenty Inc. developing systems and guiding a team in researching the needs of non-conventional fruiting crops for indoor farming.
Research InterestsIndoor agriculture systems development, non-conventional crop use in vertical farming, environmental control of indoor fruiting crops
Teaching InterestsPlant physiology, greenhouse management, urban agriculture, vertical farming, sustainable agriculture and agricultural innovation
- Doctor of Philosophy, Horticulture , Plant Physiology/Pomology, Washington State University (2018)
- Master of Science, Horticulture , Whole Plant Physiology, Oregon State University (2015)
- Bachelor of Science, Horticulture , Production Horticulture, Brigham Young University- Idaho (2012)