Plant Science: Plant Physiology and Anatomy

Registration Eligibility
pre-registration required
Start Date
10/16/2018
End Date
11/27/2018
Description
Participants will gain an appreciation of the chemical processes that enable plants to make their own food and utilize it for growth and development. Participants will improve their gardening skills by understanding plants' responses to their environment and how this is translated into chemical triggers called hormones. Participants will also learn how good gardening practices are based on the anatomy of leaves, roots and stems and that an understanding of these will make sense of the proper methods of pruning, transplanting, training and growing healthy plants.
Location
Kennett Square, PA
Distance Learning
No
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Horticulture / Plants
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
12.0
Learning Outcomes
Participants will:
- gain an appreciation of the chemical processes that enable plants to make their own food and utilize it for growth and development.
- improve their gardening skills by understanding plants' responses to their environment and how this is translated into chemical triggers called hormones.
- learn how good gardening practices are based on the anatomy of leaves, roots and stems and
- learn that an understanding of these will make sense of the proper methods of pruning, transplanting, training and growing healthy plants.
Instructors
Jeffrey Jabco
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Course Codes
Provider
Longwood Gardens Continuing Education


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