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Horticulture is the practice of growing plants, either for their beauty or for food and medicine. It involves topics such as genetics, biology, pollination management, and pest control.
This course covers normal, social, and therapeutic horticulture, and sports turf and landscape management.
Careers or Further Progression...
Careers in quality assurance; management of protected crop, mushroom and turf grass industries; garden centre management; technical advisory and consultancy; education, horticultural therapy and media positions; research in plant biotechnology and general corporate management.
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