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Horticulture I

8191-8192 Horticulture I Grades 10 11 12 1 credit
This course provides students with an opportunity to study greenhouse management, landscaping, turf management, and fruit and vegetable production. Students will propagate, grow bedding plants, operate the school greenhouse, and complete a landscape design. Some introduction to forestry and environmental careers is included. Students will participate in the FFA activities including Public Speaking, Judging, and Problem Solving. Eligible for Regents Qualified Admissions – Natural Science. This course MAY count as one of the required science credits for graduation. A student may select Animal Science, Horticulture 1 or Horticulture II as one of the three science credits.