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Objective: Discuss careers and skills necessary for employment in the horticulture industry
* Comes from the Latin word meaning “garden cultivation” * The cultivation, processing and marketing of flowers, ornamental plants, vegetables, fruits and nuts
* Pomology * Olericulture * Floriculture * Landscape & Nursery * Viticulture
* The science and practice of growing, harvesting, storing, processing and marketing tree grown fruits
* The science and practice of growing, harvesting, storing, processing and marketing vegetables
* The science and practice of growing, harvesting, storing, processing and marketing flowering plants
* The science and practice of propagating, growing, planting, maintaining, and using grasses, annuals, shrubs and trees
* The science and practice of growing, maintaining and processing grapes
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began in B.C. when Greek horticulturalist Theophrastus speculated that the roots of plants absorb nutrients In the 1700s, Swedish Botanist.
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Class Website Hilhiagriculture.weebly.com. HORTICULTURE Cultivation of gardens or orchards, including the growing of vegetables, fruits, flowers, and.
Plant Science Essential Standard 3.00: Understand the plant industry.
Exploring the Horticulture Industry Chapter 1. AGRICULTURE The production of plants & animals to meet basic human needs.
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What careers are available in the horticulture industry?
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.
What is Horticulture??. What is it to You! Take a couple minutes with the neighbor at your table and write a list of items you use everyday which are.
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Uses of Plants Plant Science. Humans have 3 Basic Needs 1.Food 2.Clothing 3.Shelter 2
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