HORT 2400 - Plant Propagation
This course emphasizes sexual and asexual propagation of various plants including herbaceous and woody crops. Lab activities and discussions will explore seed propagation, including managing seed dormancy and enhancing seed viability and germination. Asexual propagation discussions and lab activities will include cuttings, adventitious root formation, budding, grafting, and tissue culture. Concepts in plant anatomy and physiology will be incorporated throughout the class.
Minimum Credits: 3
Prerequisites: AECL 1000 Agroecology or BIOL 1010 General Biology or instructor’s consent
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