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Horticulture is the practice of growing plants, either for their beauty or for food and medicine.
Course of interest to students who enjoy science subjects, the natural environment and created landscapes such as gardens, sports turf facilities and the production of fruit and vegetable crops and wish to make a career at the highest level in the area.
Careers or Further Progression...
Career opportunities exist both in the public and private sectors in the following areas: Crop production - fruit, vegetables, nursery stock Landscape design Landscape construction and management Parks management Sports turf construction and management including football pitches, bowling greens, racecourses, golf courses Horticultural research Horticultural education and training Retails sales outlets - garden centres, florists, horticultural materials suppliers Horticultural therapy Horticultural consultancy
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