HRT 141 - Plant Propagation3 Cr.
Contact Hours Per Week: 2 Lec.
This course presents the principles and techniques of both sexual and asexual plant propagation methods along with the environmental conditions needed to promote growth and development. Lectures emphasize morphological changes and physiological processes involved in plant propagation. Lab/greenhouse projects will give the student the opportunity to experiment with many techniques. Seeds, cuttings, grafting, budding, use of specialized plant structures, layering and micropropagation will be covered. Propagation structures, scheduling, stock selection, proper sanitation and the proper selection and use of chemicals will also be discussed. May include field trips.
Usually offered Spring semester
Pre-Requisites: Pre-requisites that may be met concurrently: BIO 102 E/L or BIO 109 E/L
Concurrent Requirement: BIO 102 or BIO 109
Co-Requisites: HRT 141L
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