Basic Course Information
- 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.
- Student Learning Outcomes
- Demonstrate propagation methods; manipulate propagation environments; and explain sexual and asexual reproduction processes.
- Major Course Requirements
- Exams, Labs, Attendance with daily assignments
Exams – 25%
Lab (Attendance 15%, Participation10%) – 25%
Attendance and daily assignments – 25%
Final Exam – 25%
- Information on Books and Other Course Materials
- Required Book: Botany for Gardeners 3rd edition and Plant Propagation A to Z
- Other Policies, Procedures and important dates. Please refer to the WTC Catalog for the following:
- Campus Calendar
- Final exam schedule
- How to drop a class.
- Withdrawal information
- Student Conduct/Academic Integrity
- Class Attendance
- Students with disabilities
- Course Content
||Introduction, Chapter 1
||Review for Final
Disclaimer: The above schedule, policies, procedures and assignments in this course are subject to change.
August 16, 2016