AGR 210 : Horticulture Lecture

Horticulture is the area of agriculture involving the science of growing and caring for plants, such as fruits, nuts, vegetables, herbs, flowers, foliage plants, woody ornamentals, and turf. This course will focus on plants, soils, and landscaping. Topics will include identification and use of indigenous and introduced landscape plants; plants for special uses in urban environments; emphasis on plants' ornamental attributes, cultural requirements, and adaptability in urban and suburban environments. Additionally, students will learn and how plant processes are influenced by the environment, like soil-water-plant relations and hardiness maps.

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