- Agriculture Education
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- 527-3027 ex. 3027
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AGR847 FLORICULTURE 1-2
(.5 credit per semester) This FULL YEAR course is open to sophomores, juniors, and seniors. It is a course designed to provide students with introductory training and skills needed for employment as a floral designer or employment related to nursery management and ornamental horticulture. Students will design and fashion live, cut, dried, and artificial floral arrangements for special events. Activities include learning retail pricing methods, gaining knowledge of design and design patterns, use of industry standard supplies, and employment opportunities. A $20 lab fee will be charged. This course may be applied towards a Fine Art or a CTE graduation requirement.
AGR860 HORTICULTURE/LANDSCAPING 1-2
(.5 credit per semester) This semester course is open to students interested in studying career opportunities in horticulture and in developing skills of the orchardist, vegetable grower, and greenhouse operator. Emphasis will be given to vegetable crops, ornamental plant materials and management, plant propagation, and basic landscape design. Classroom safety is an integral part of this class.
AGR867 TURF MANAGEMENT
(.5 credit per semester) This one semester course is open to students interested in turf management. Individuals who have knowledge of turf management frequently are employed as grounds keepers and gardeners, taking care of lawns, shrubs, trees and parks, golf courses, playgrounds, building grounds and gardens for public or commercial facilities. Turf grass management is becoming more sophisticated and requires more technical knowledge. TECH PREP Class