HALT 2314
 Plant Propagation

Western Texas College

  1. Basic Course Information
    1. Course description: A study of the sexual and asexual propagation of plants used in horticulture. Topics include propagation by seeds, cuttings, grafting, budding, layering, division, separation, and tissue culture; and environmental factors of propagation.
  2. Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Demonstrate propagation methods; manipulate propagation environments; and explain sexual and asexual reproduction processes.
  3. Major Course Requirements
    1. Exams, Labs, Attendance with daily assignments
      Exams – 25%
       Lab (Attendance 15%, Participation10%) – 25%
      Attendance and daily assignments – 25%
      Final Exam – 25%
  4. Information on Books and Other Course Materials
    1. Required Book:  Botany for Gardeners  3rd edition and Plant Propagation A to Z
  5. Other Policies, Procedures and important dates.  Please refer to the WTC Catalog for the following:
    1. Campus Calendar
    2.  Final exam schedule
    3. How to drop a class.
    4. Withdrawal information
    5. Student Conduct/Academic Integrity
    6. Class Attendance
    7. Students with disabilities
  6. Course Content
     
Week 1 Introduction, Chapter 1
Week 2 Chapter 2
Week 3 Chapter 3
Week4 Chapter 4
Week 5 Chapter 5
Week 6 Chapter 6
Week 7 Chapter 7
Week 8 Chapter 8
Week 9 Chapter 9
Week 10 Chapter 10
Week 11 Chapter 11
Week 12 Chapter 12
Week 13 Chapter 13
Week 14 Chapter 14
Week 15 Review for Final

 

Disclaimer:  The above schedule, policies, procedures and assignments in this course are subject to change.

 

Last Modified: August 16, 2016