Catalog No. Description Credits
10-001-122 Fundamentals Plant Nutrition
10-001-170 Integrated Pest Management
10-001-172 Landscape Maintenance
10-001-123 Plant Health Care Management
10-001-153 Plant and Soil Science
10-001-158 Plant-Woody Ornamental
10-001-122 Fundamentals Plant Nutrition...fundamentals of plant nutrition, identification and analysis of the nutritional needs of plants; covers the selection of appropriate materials and application rates & methods. (Prerequisite: 10-001-110, Horticulture-Introduction)
10-001-110 Horticulture-Intro...explore the horticulture industry, plant culture, identification, propagation, physiology, selected aspects of horticulture industry including fruits, vegetables, ornamentals, greenhouse systems, landscape techniques, home gardens, and turf.
10-001-170 Integrated Pest Management...various methods to combat plant pests in an environmentally responsible manner; using biorational techniques and strategies. (Prerequisite: 10-001-110, Horticulture-Introduction)
10-001-172 Landscape Maintenance...identifying problems and cultural challenges in the landscape; pruning techniques, insect/disease problems, weed identification; soil fertility; resolve situations in the field. (Prerequisites: 10-001-110, Horticulture-Introduction; 10-001-153, Plant and Soil Science; 10-001-122, Fundamentals of Plant Nutrition)
10-001-123 Plant Health Care Management...management focusing on trees and shrubs in their management of insects, diseases and abiotic disorders, control options and strategies in pest control, soil management. (Prerequisite: 10-001-172 Landscape Maintenance)
10-001-153 Plant and Soil Science...addresses the unique interactions of healthy plants & soils; examines the physical, chemical, organic & biological characteristics of soils and how they impact the structure & functions of plants. (Prerequisite: 10-001-110, Horticulture-Introduction)
10-001-158 Plant-Woody Ornamental...physiology, culture, identification, and use of primarily temperate woody plant materials appropriate for landscapes in northeastern Wisconsin. (Corequisite: 10-001-110, Horticulture-Introduction)
For more information, please contact: The Trades & Engineering Technologies Department,(920) 498-5461 or (800) 422-NWTC, extension 5461,or contact Enrollment Services at 888-385-NWTC.