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HRT 100 Introduction to Wines and Vines (3-0) 3 hrs.
This course is designed to introduce students to the world of growing grapes, winemaking and wine appreciation. Orientation into the Viticulture and Wine Technology AAS program will occur in this class. Classroom topics include cultural history and geography, plant taxonomy and anatomy, wine producing regions, viticultural cycles, general winemaking operations and important factors influencing wine styles. There is a wine tasting portion of the class where students will learn to distinguish wines and how to read a wine label. This class will focus on the New York state wine industry. (Also listed as VIT 100) B View Course Syllabus
HRT 105 Basic Viticulture Techniques (3-0) 3 hrs.
This course is designed to introduce students to current techniques used while managing a commercial vineyard. Students completing this class will understand how to maintain appropriate vigor and productivity of a vineyard once it is established. Topics covered include: site analysis; varietal selection; trellising methods; nutrient needs of vines; diseases and insect pests of grapevines; crop regulation; breeding; grafting; vineyard floor management; and harvest determinations. A significant portion of the class will be dedicated to pruning. Viticulture safety issues will be addressed. (Also listed as VIT 105) S View Course Syllabus
HRT 110 Introduction to Horticulture (3-0) 3 hrs.
This course emphasizes the numerous specialties in the horticulture field. It includes a study of plants as living organisms, theory of pruning, fertilizing for healthy plants, hormones in plants and, propagation methods. A large variety of career opportunities through horticulture will also be covered. This is a required beginning course in Horticulture and Viticulture. F View Course Syllabus
HRT 111 Tree Culture & Maintenance (3-0) 3 hrs.
This course introduces individuals to the care of trees and shrubs in the landscape based on industry standards. Topics include: woody plant anatomy, tree and shrub pruning, planting and aftercare, diagnosis of weak/strong tree structure, monetary evaluation of ornamental trees, introduction to climbing, rigging and cabling, root structure, construction vulnerabilities of trees, diagnosis of damaged trees and standard and specifications. Hands-on tree analysis and fault remediation of community trees will be emphasized. S View Course Syllabus
HRT 130 Introduction to Floriculture (3-0) 3 hrs.
This course deals with flower production, use, and merchandising. Special emphasis on production and forcing of flowers for holidays as well as floral arrangements. Practical greenhouse experience included. S View Course Syllabus
HRT 151 Plants Materials (2-2) 3 hrs.
This course exposes students to the identification, selection, adaptation, and utilization of common ornamental and native plants in New York State. Landscape value and wildlife usage of plants will be discussed where appropriate. The student will gain identification proficiency in association with knowledge of plant patterns and environmental planning through lecture, demonstration and filed work. Field trips to Canandaigua area plant viewing locations are included. (Also listed as BIO 151.) F View Course Syllabus
HRT 160 Unique Horticulture Facilities (1-1) 1 hr.
This three- to four-day course provides students with field and travel experiences relative to their coursework in horticulture. This travel course is conducted in different locations in the Northeastern United States that are noted for their botanical gardens and horticulture facilities. Students will be provided with the opportunities to observe a wide variety of plant species and learn about their identification and care. Employment opportunities at the visited facilities will be explored. S View Course Syllabus
HRT 200 Integrated Pest Management (3-0) 3 hrs.
Designed to provide the students with a working knowledge in developing environmentally sound programs in limiting harmful plant diseases and pests. The course will emphasize the principles and practices of integrating chemical, cultural, and biological controls and the issues related to pesticides and the environment. Training the students in the types and usage of pesticides and pesticide equipment will be included. Field trips. S View Course Syllabus
HRT 201 Landscape Design I (3-0) 3 hrs.
An introduction to landscape design for those interested in reading, installing or drawing designs. Theory and principles of landscape design for private homes and/or commercial enterprises, techniques for understanding how to accurately place real world items into the drawing and drawn items into the landscape, presentation techniques, development of drawing skills, and visual communication of landscape designs on paper will be covered. Also included will be discussion of the integration of landscape design principles with elements of the environment that lead to sound ecological practices and the calculation of the quantity of materials needed to complete the installation of the project. Prerequisite: HRT 151. F View Course Syllabus
HRT 202 Landscape Construction and Maintenance (3-0) 3 hrs.
This course will familiarize students with construction of walks, drives, walls, patios, fireplaces, garden structures, lawns flowerbeds; and the planting and staking of trees and shrubs. Maintenance practices for the landscape, including actual pruning of small trees and shrubs, irrigation and spring and fall preparation of the landscape will be studied. Topics on business establishment and operation as well as bidding the job will be discussed. S View Course Syllabus
HRT 203 Turf Management (3-0) 3 hrs.
This course deals with grasses and grass varieties, cultural requirements of turfgrass, establishment, mowing, dethatching, aerating, fertilizing, irrigation, and weed control. S View Course Syllabus
HRT 204 Plant Propagation and Nursery Management (3-0) 3 hrs.
This course will familiarize the student with methods of increasing plant numbers and producing a saleable product. Topics include: growth structures, media, plant culture, sexual and asexual reproduction, grafting, and nursery management. Practical greenhouse and field experience included. B View Course Syllabus
HRT 210 Landscape Design II (3-0) 3 Hrs.
An intense, hands-on extension of Landscape Design I that focuses on the development of professional design skills for the residential and commercial landscape. The student will develop designs, time, materials and labor cost estimates and presentation skills for a variety of real-world design projects. First hand experience using professional level techniques will be gained during this class Required field trips to landscape sites will be held during class hours. Prerequisite: HRT 201. S View Course Syllabus
HRT 220 Field Experiences in Horticulture (2-0) 2 hrs.
This is a capstone course to both the Horticulture degree and certificate. Students will combine several short classroom sessions with at least fifty (50) hours of individual experience in the field and with the horticulture exit exam. Classroom topics will include review in four major subject categories, career opportunities, tools for successful achievement of employment, and professional certifications. Field experience opportunities will vary with student interest. Field experience opportunities can be suggested by faculty or by the student. The horticulture exit exam is both written and walking and includes identification of plants, pests, diseases, IPM, soils, and tools common to horticulture. (Satisfactory or Unsatisfactory grade.) Prerequisite: AAS Horticulture: Successful completion of AGR 100 and twelve (12) credit hours of Horticulture courses. Prerequisite: Certificate Horticulture: Successful completion of AGR 100 and nine (9) credit hours of Horticulture courses. S View Course Syllabus
HRT 221 Conservation/Horticulture Topics I (1-0) 1 hr.
This course is designed to provide students with specialization in an area related to their occupational or educational interest, and to provide students the opportunity to become more familiar with conservation and horticulture practices. Topics typically involve a field component and may be held as a residential course at the FLCC Muller Field Station. (Also listed as CON 221) B View Course Syllabus
HRT 222 Conservation/Horticulture Topics II (2-0) 2 hrs.
This course is designed to provide students with specialization in an area related to their occupational or educational interest and to provide students the opportunity to become more familiar with conservation and horticulture practices. Topics typically involve a field component and may be held as a residential course at the Muller Field Station or the East Hill campus. (Also listed as CON 222) B View Course Syllabus
HRT 223 Conservation/Horticulture Topics III (3-0) 3 hrs.
This course is designed to provide students with specialization in an area related to their occupational or educational interest and to provide students the opportunity to become more familiar with conservation and horticulture practices. Topics typically involve a field component and may be held as a residential course at the Muller Field Station or the East Hill campus. (Also listed as CON 223) B View Course Syllabus
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