Federal College of Horticultural Technology is a government-owned tertiary institution of learning located at Dadin Kowa, Yamaltu Deba local government area of Gombe state, Nigeria. The college is a research institution under the Agricultural Research Council of Nigeria with the mandate to train and improve manpower in Horticultural and Landscaping Technology.
The college with approval from National Board for Technical Education, is a National Diploma and Higher National Diploma awarding institution and had graduated over 1,354 students.
On 19 April 2002, the administration of President Chief Olusegun Obasanjo approved its establishment becoming the first of its kind in sub-Saharan Africa.
As at 2017, the institution with funding from the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development trained 1500 youths drawn from the 36 States of the federation in the area of agriculture and plant production. As of 2016/2017, the college matriculated 603 students.