Horticulture (Landscape Pruning) OpenCourseWare: USU's Free Undergraduate Horticulture Class on Landscape Pruning

Published Mar 05, 2009

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This Utah State University (USU) course material is offered free online. The 'Landscape Pruning' OpenCourseWare gives students an overview of pruning, including pruning deciduous trees as well as other types of landscape pruning. This undergraduate-level course is ideal for students interested in studying agriculture, horticulture or botany.

Horticulture (Landscape Pruning): Course Specifics

Degree Level Free Audio Video Downloads
Undergraduate Yes Yes Yes Yes

Lectures/Notes Study Materials Tests/Quizzes
No No No

Horticulture (Landscape Pruning): Course Description

USU Professor, Roger Kjelgren, explores 'Landscape Pruning' in this, the eighth in a series of Landscape Management videos. Pruning is an important part of landscaping, prudent to a plant's survival and should not be avoided until a lawn is overgrown. That is why Professor Kjelgren stresses the importance of pruning when it comes to maintaining your lawn. Proper pruning can transform a dull lawn to one of beauty. However, pruning can cause harm if not done properly, ruining your hard work and costing even more money. At the conclusion of this course, students will know how to best prune different types of shrubs, trees and bushes

This OpenCourseWare makes downloadable video lectures available free online. If you are interested in this course, visit the plant pruning course page.

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