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195 - Ecological Landscaper
  • PLO 1: Demonstrate knowledge of techniques, tools and technical skills, needed in ecological landscaping.
    • CLO 1: Identify plant anatomical structures and describe their physiological functions.
    • CLO 2: Identify and classify plants by taxonomy at different stages of growth.
    • CLO 3: Compare and contrast sexual and asexual reproduction and apply basic methods for propagating plants, including appropriate soil mixes.
    • CLO 4: Identify the causes and symptoms of nutrient deficiencies, and select methods of supplementing the required nutrients to demonstrate a basic understanding of plant nutrition and determine optimum management practices for plant growth.
    • CLO 5: Describe the fundamentals of plant genetics, genetic diversity, and gene pools as they relate to pollination, sexual versus asexual propagation, seed saving, and the role of dormancy in seed germination.
    • CLO 6: Perform record management of propagation data.
  • PLO 2: Work productively and collaboratively in a greenhouse environment, as an individual, a member of a problem-solving team, and a social network builder within the landscape design community.
    • CLO 6: Perform record management of propagation data.
  • PLO 3: Apply entrepreneurial knowledge and skills to explore new landscaping enterprises within the local economy.
    • CLO 7: Justify the economic value of producing one’s own stock of seedlings and plants.
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