Presentation on theme: "What is the broad field of horticulture and its different divisions?"— Presentation transcript:
1 What is the broad field of horticulture and its different divisions? Objective 5.01What is the broad field of horticulture and its different divisions?
2 What is Horticulture?Horticulture comes from the Latin words hortus which means “garden” and cultorum which means “cultivation”.Horticulture is the cultivation, processing and marketing of flowers, ornamental plants, vegetables, fruits and nuts.
3 Divisions of Horticulture Fruits, vegetables, and ornamental plantsFloricultureLandscape and nursery industryOlericulturePomology
4 FloricultureFloriculture is the science and practice of growing, harvesting, storing, designing, and marketing flowering plants.
5 Landscape and NurseryLandscape and nursery industry is the science and practice of propagation, growing, planting, maintaining and using grasses, annuals, shrubs and trees.
6 OlericultureOlericulture is the science and practice of growing, harvesting, storing, processing and marketing vegetables.
7 PomologyPomology is the science and practice of growing, harvesting, storing, processing and marketing tree grown fruits.
9 Grows vegetables and flowers including Greenhouse EmployeeGrows vegetables and flowers includingcut flowersbedding plantspotted plantshanging basketsPerforms both sexual and asexual propagation of plants
10 Nursery EmployeeGrows seedlings and plants for landscaping, replanting in forests, or producing fruit
11 Garden Center Employee Cares for plantsmoves plants and suppliesarranges and displays plants and suppliessells plants and supplies
12 Grounds Maintenance Employee Cares for the land area and plants that surround a business, school, church, industry or other public or private places that have lawns and plants that have to be maintained
13 Responsible for maintenance of: Golf Course EmployeeResponsible for maintenance of:golf course including turfgrassirrigation and drainagesand traptrees and shrubsbuildings and equipment
14 Park EmployeeMaintains plants, grounds, buildings, facilities, equipment and driveways in national, state, city or privately owned parks
15 What qualifications do I need to work in the horticulture industry?
16 SkillsSkills vary from unskilled to highly skilled depending on the career in horticulture. A materials handler needs few skills, but an inspector needs many skills to check for quality, for insects or diseases or for following governmental rules.
17 Personal Interests and Qualifications Before seeking a job one must consider:Work inside or outside or a combinationWork in a group or aloneWork with people or plantsWork at routine tasks or varying jobsPhysical strength to do the job
18 Educational Qualifications Educational qualifications vary depending on the careersHigh school graduate or less for unskilled entry-level jobsTechnical degree for skilled jobsBachelors, masters or doctorate degree for most professional areas because of required licenses, paperwork, research and/or teaching
19 I see plants in your future! Career OutlookOutlook for the horticulture industry is expected to grow because of the increase in population and new home construction.I see plants in your future!
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