Career Choice Problem?

Ok I'm going to be a senior next year in highschool and need a little advice on what to study to help achieve my job dream which is to be a botanist. Ever since I was 11 I have always had a thing for plants. I always loved growing them, harvesting and repeating the process. At 13, I always grew tropical plants. I lived in Canada so it was hard but I managed to do it. I grew banana, dragon fruit, vanilla, star fruit, sugar cane and lemon. I have grown plants in hydroponics, tried aeroponics but aeroponics didn't work out on the first try so I tried again and successfully grown beans. So short story I really enjoy plants and really good at growing them. I want to work for Disney at Epcot for the Living with the Land greenhouse. So my question is, with the info giving above, can I maybe sometime work there?

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raimond 28-01-2013
Of course it's a possibility. On their jobs site, they list careers such as you're looking for under Horticulture, which might be a college program you could look into. This deals more with the growing of plants for sale, decorating, or landscaping than pure Botany, which is a lot of structure, physiology, and relationships between taxonomic groups/evolution of plants. Not that Botany isn't good to have in your background, along with some chemistry and math.
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aboil 25-04-2013
Jejune occupational option is swayed through many factors, which includes life linguistic context, individual aptitudes, in addition to academic acquisition.
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