HORT 1102

HORT 1102

Course information provided by the Courses of Study 2014-2015.

The objective is to instill in students a lifelong appreciation for how gardening can enhance individual well-being through aesthetics, culinary experiences, and mastery of techniques. Emphasizes hands-on learning and practice of key gardening skills and techniques in the greenhouse and the field, such as landscape management, garden design, propagation, pruning, grafting, pest management, and flower arrangement. There is one Saturday field trip at the end of the semester to visit gardens in the local area.

When Offered Spring.

Fees Course fee: Nominal materials fee.
Permission Note Not for seniors or plant science majors.

Outcomes
  • Develop a life-long appreciation for how gardening can enhance individual well-being through aesthetics, culinary experiences, and mastery of techniques.
  • Learn and apply key gardening skills and techniques, such as landscape management, garden design, propagation, pruning, grafting, pest management, and flower arrangement.
  • Explain the science behind various practices used in the production and management of fruits, vegetables, flowers, grass and landscape plants.

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Enrollment Information
Syllabi: none
  •   Regular Academic Session.  Choose one lecture and one laboratory.

  • 2 Credits Stdnt Opt

  •  1974HORT 1102  LEC 001

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  • Not intended for seniors or Plant Science majors. Students who do not attend the first class or provide prior notice to instructor of their absence from first class will be dropped from the instructor's roster. Students are then responsible for dropping course through their college.