Government, nursery and private positions are more demanding then they ever were; employers are becoming increasingly selective choosing personnel with broad horticultural knowledge and less emphasis is placed on the 'learn on the job' approach of years gone by. Education is imperative if you expect to compete in this field and those that have the knowledge will also have the best chance of reaping the rewards.
There are 10 lessons in this course:
This course builds on Horticulture I and Horticulture II but may also be
taken as a stand-alone unit; It does however assume assumes some general
horticulture knowledge or learning. Upon completing this course you will be able to demonstrate a
higher level of understanding of plant pest and disease problems
through awareness of the biology of pest and disease cycles. Understanding these fundamentals is imperative to setting up programs for prevention and control. The
course is suited to people working in:
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$461.00Payment plans available.
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