HORTICULTURE 23S - Semester
Teacher in Charge: Miss L. World
Horticulture and the Land
This course provides an introduction to horticulture and plant growth. It focuses primarily on the practical skills associated with raising plants.
• Practical management of plant growth and development
• Produce a landscape plan
• Plant propagation techniques (Commercial and Personal)
The students may select from practical and theoretical standards that relate to plant propagation and student will NOT complete all standards listed below, but 2-3 will be selected from the list and students can expect to attempt a maximum of 10 credits.
Agricultural, Horticultural, Viticulture industry training courses.
Contributions and Equipment/Stationery
Approximately $20.00 transport to venues for field trips.
$10.00 for workbooks.
Recommended Prior Learning
Students are recommended to have gained at least 12 credits in Level 1 Science achievement standards if the wish to pursue the achievement standards.
Total Credits Available: 18 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 18 credits.