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6 11 16 21 2 7 12 17 22 3 8 13 18 23 4 9 14 19 24 5 10 15 20 25 1 H ORT.
The science of growing fruits, vegetables, and ornamental plants.
To cultivate the soil
Latin name for garden
Study of field crops.
Study of plant life.
Study and maintenance of the forests.
Horticulture provides food for people.
Horticulture beautifies the environment.
People can learn things from being involved with horticulture.
Horticulture provide jobs and is an important part of our economy.
Cultivation of ornamental and flowering plants.
Growing grass for parks, homes, and recreational areas.
Planning and construction of landscapes.
Production of ornamental trees and shrubs.
Cultivation of trees
Plant growing regions of the world based on temperature and rainfall.
Climate zone near the equator, very warm, no freezing temperatures.
Warm climate zone, but do have some winter-like temperatures, some frost in winter.
Climate zone with cold winter temperatures, freezing during winter.
The climate zone Battle Ground is in.
The science of fruits, vegetables, and ornamental plants.
Production of plants used for their appearance.
Zones based on the average minimum temperature.
Objective: Discuss careers and skills necessary for employment in the horticulture industry.
Employability Skills in Horticulture
Exploring Horticulture AHS Agriculture. Warm- Up SLM and KUD chart.
Horticulture What is horticulture? c 1 A. What is horticulture? The art and science of cultivating, propagation, processing and marketing of ornamental.
Exploring the Horticulture Field
Objective 5.01 What is the broad field of horticulture and its different divisions?
Climate Zones. About climate zones: Every climate region has its own special characteristics, such as amount of rain and sunlight, temperature, and nutrients.
1 Horticulture / Landscape Mr. Brudelie. 2 Horticulture Horticulture –Comes from the Latin word meaning garden cultivation (hortus [garden] and culture.
Employability Skills in Horticulture Essential Standard 2.0: Examine Careers Related to Horticulture.
Horticulture CD Unit A 1-1 Horticultural Science.
Horticulture Exploring A Wonderful Industry!. Please Write the Following Objectives in Your Notes Packet By the end of this unit I will be able to: –Define.
Careers In Horticulture Unit 1. Objectives What is the scope, size, and economic importance of Horticulture in the US? What are 5 careers in the horticulture.
A Rich Diversity in Climate and Resources. Climate and Vegetation Weather is the state of the atmosphere near Earth at a given time and place. Weather.
Horticulture Science Lesson 1 Understanding Horticulture.
EXPLORING THE HORTICULTURE FIELD Introductory Horticulture Modified by Georgia Agricultural Education Curriculum Office September 2005.
Objective 3.01 Agriscience Understand the Plant Industry.
Mrs. Halkiades Cheatham Co. Central High School Fall 2007.
began in B.C. when Greek horticulturalist Theophrastus speculated that the roots of plants absorb nutrients In the 1700s, Swedish Botanist.
Exploring the Horticultural Industry. What is Horticulture? Look through available horticultural magazines for several minutes. What is horticulture and.
Ecosystems and Biomes. Ecosystems Areas formed by plants and animals that have adapted to the environment.
SCIENCE STARTER: 1. What are you looking forward to in this class, or what are you apprehensive about? 2. What do you expect we will do or learn about?
TYPES OF MAPS. Political Maps Show man made borders between places (countries, cities, states, etc.)
Floriculture Overview of the Industry Original by Mark Morgan Berrien County High School Edited by Georgia Agriculture Education Curriculum Office July.
Plant Science Essential Standard 3.00: Understand the plant industry.
Plant Science Industries and Career Areas. Assignment: Make a Mind Map On Plant Science Industries and Careers Example:
Uses of Plants Plant Science. Humans have 3 Basic Needs 1.Food 2.Clothing 3.Shelter 2
Horticulture Horticulture – hortus (latin) – a garden smaller than 5 acres (otherwise it’s a farm)
Ch Climate Zones. 3 Major Climate Zones There are 3 different climate zones, they are categorized by their temperature and precipitation.
All jobs relating in some way to plants, animals, and renewable natural resources. Also, the application of scientific principles and new technologies.
Class Website Hilhiagriculture.weebly.com. HORTICULTURE Cultivation of gardens or orchards, including the growing of vegetables, fruits, flowers, and.
History of the Horticultural Industry As human culture developed, it found many uses for plants: o Food o Medicine o Clothing Gathers became cultivators.
Garden Botany. Definitions Botany is the science or study of plants Horticulture is the science and art of cultivating flowers, fruits, vegetables, grass,
Introduction to Horticulture Spencer High School Fall 2012.
W HAT IS H ORTICULTURE ??. W HAT IS IT TO Y OU ! Take a couple minutes with the neighbor at your table and write a list of items you use everyday which.
Climate November Climate Average weather conditions of an area over a long period of time 3 Climate Zones on Earth Tropical Temperate.
Plant Science Curriculum Lesson 7 Introduction to Horticulture.
Introduction to Horticulture. Importance of Plants As a table, determine what the top five crops (in terms of amount produced) are in Minnesota. As a.
Understanding Horticulture. Next Generation Science/Common Core Standards Addressed! WHST.11 ‐ 12Gather relevant information from multiple authoritative.
Chap 19. Horticultural Geography 1.Climate 2.Climatic Regions Tropical and Subtropical Dry Climate (Arid, Semi-Arid) Temperature Zone 4.Distribution of.
Careers in the Plant Industry Obj. 3.01: Remember careers in the plant industry.
1. A BIOME IS A LARGE REGION CHARACTERIZED BY TWO FACTORS: CLIMATE AND PLANT LIFE. CLIMATE IS THE WEATHER CONDITIONS (TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION) IN.
Agriculture Careers. Eight Major Career Areas Production Agriculture Agriculture Mechanics Agriculture Sales & Service Agriculture Processing Horticulture.
Employability Skills in Horticulture Objective 4.01: Describe skills needed for employment and careers in the horticulture industry.
Biological Terms Used to Describe Plants Horticulture I.
Horticulture Unit 1 To obtain an overview of the horticulture industry and jobs available in the field so that a career choice can be made.
Intro to Landscaping. Identify the purpose of landscape design Describe the scope of landscape construction Recognize the need for landscape maintenance.
Biomes of the World. Weather vs. Climate Weather – the day-to-day condition of Earth’s atmosphere at a certain time and place. Climate – the average yearly.
Horticulture Careers. Examine Careers Related to Horticulture Objective 2.01: Discuss careers and skills necessary for employment in the horticulture.
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