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BIO-113 Sustainable Horticulture

Identify native and cultivated plants used in horticulture, landscaping and restoration. Apply the principles of sustainability to the propagation, growth and use of these plants in horticultural settings. Topics include plant form and function, soil fertility, propagation, biotechnology and integrated pest management. Lab fee $35. Prerequisites: Eligibility for ENG 101/ENG 101A and either eligibility for any general education math or a score of 27 or better on the Arithmetic Placement Test or a B or better in MAT 005.

Term: Spring 2022

Course Type: Credit - 4 Credits

Section: 400 (Closed)

Ways to take the class: Face-to-face

Days: TTH

Time: 5:30PM to 8:15PM

Start Date: 01/25/2022

End Date: 05/18/2022

Location: Arnold Campus

Room: HLSB 121 Building:
Health and Life Sciences

Instructor: Paul J Bushmann

Class Size: 24

General Education Requirement: Science, Science Lab

Section Info: Note: This is a hybrid section with an online component and mandatory in-person meetings on Tuesday or Thursday, 5-7:50 pm. Students must also register for BIO 113LB 400 or BIO 113LB 401 for the on-campus class meetings.