HORTICULTURE SCIENCE AND PRACTICE LABORATORY

The  Horticulture Science and Practice Laboratory (HORT 202, 1credit hour) is an undergraduate course offered by the Department of Horticultural Sciences at Texas A&M University every spring and fall semester. HORT 202 is the lab which accompanies HORT 201, Horticulture Science and Practice, but is a separate course. The overall goal of the laboratory is to expose students to practices and techniques utilized in all areas of horticulture. Some lab exercises will consist of horticultural experimentation, while others will consist of demonstrations, identification and tours. 

Sections:
 501
 Monday
 2:00-4:50 pm
 HFSB 112
 502
 Tuesday
 12:45-3:35 pm
 HFSB 112
 503
 Wednesday
 9:10 am-12:00
 HFSB 112
 504
Wednesday
2:00-4:50 pm
 HFSB 112
 505
 Thursday
 12:45-3:35 pm
 HFSB 112
Web-Based Laboratories
The following laboratories are available on the web.  They are yet to be set-up as auto-tutorial, but can be used for studying for the lab quiz.
Laboratory 2 - Recognition of Plant Structures
Laboratory 3 - Plant Identification and Taxonomy
Laboratory 7 - Growing Medium Amendments



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The General Horticulture Laboratory Home Page (generalhorticulture.tamu.edu/h202/html/hort202.htm) was created by HORT 202 graduate teaching assistants.  Daphne Richards created the main web site, Trisha Blessington created the Lab 2 web site, and Michelle Meche created the Lab 3 web site.  The HORT 202 web sites are maintianed by D.W. Reed.   Any comments or suggestions should be e-mailed to D.W. Reed at dwreed@tamu.edu.  If you use any of the instructional material, please give credit to the source. Copyright  D.W. Reed, TAMU.