Graduates of the landscape and turf management program gain a strong background that prepares them for self-employment or employment with a landscape company or other organization involved with the upkeep of their grounds.
Topics of study include arboriculture; chemicals; fertilizers; flowering plants; greenhouse management; landscape mechanics and design; computer assisted design (Land CADD); Nursery management; soils; working in the greenhouse planting bedding plant plugs for the coming season; landscape skill development, and turf grass management. No part-time or evening classes are available.
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