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HORT 1130 - Science of Gardening F (3-0) [0.50]

This course examines the growth, development and physiology of horticultural species used for food and ornamental aesthetic purposes. The interaction between plants and impact of environmental factors as such as light, temperature, CO2 and humidity [on plant processes] will be emphasized.


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Posted By : Anonymous
Posted On : March 22, 2011

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Prof was awesome (Al), more of a discusion based class. Field trips are great, and it's very difficult not to do well.
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Posted By : Anonymous
Posted On : March 4, 2011

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As an arts student, I took this course for half a science credit. Not sure if having it at 8:30 am was the problem, or the fact that it was an hour and 20 minutes, but this was the worst class of the semester. The prof was nice, the material is basic I guess (havent taken science since gr.10). But I found myself nodding off every single class! If youre taking this for the same reason I did, I'd advise choosing one of the other courses! Or at least taking it after noon...
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Posted By : Anonymous
Posted On : January 12, 2011

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I had a lot of fun taking this class. It was simple, grade 10 plant biology combined with a wonderful, caring professor. It was basically impossible to do poorly in this class if you took notes on what the prof told you would be important. Even though it was a fairly boring subject to be covered, the work was kind of fun, and the field trips were great! YAY for easy marks and great teachers!
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